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Published by the Class of 1968 

SAUGUS HIGH SCHOOL 



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EDITOR IN CHIEF 
Anne Brescia 

EDITOR OF ACTIVITIES 
Sharon Keene 

EDITOR OF ADVERTISING 

Peter Simonsen 

EDITOR OF BIOGRAPHIES 

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EDITOR OF BUSINESS 
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Fred Flammia 
Bonnie Meehan 
Janet Monroe 



ADVERTISING 

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Josephine DeVincenzi 
Doris Oldford 
Joanne Pedi 
Maria Spencer 
Michael Steele 





CONTENTS . 
Administration 



I Faculty 



Seniors 



Underclassmen 



Activities 



Athletics 



Advertising 



BIOGRAPHY 

Susan Beverage 
Joanne Bailey 
John Boy 
Patricia Burns 
John Chapman 
John Chrisos 
Patricia Denning 
Joanne Healey 
Damon Moore 
Susan Newbury 
Gayle Procopio 



Donna Shay 
Suzanne Smith 
Diane Thompson 
Judith Tibbetts 



BUSINESS 

Susan Beverage 
Paulette Carli 
Frances Deary 
Susan Evans 
Deborah Gove 
Donna Melchionno 
Helen Tiedt 



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SAUGUS PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

SAUGUS, MASSACHUSETTS 01906 



MAURICE F. SMITH, SUPERINTENDENT 

ANNA V. JACOBS, Administrative Assistant 



To the Members of the Class of 1968: 

The recent visit of two Russian teachers to the Public Schools of Saugus provided an opportunity for several educators in 
Saugus to share experiences with their counterparts from a foreign country. Although this visit was much too brief, it seems 
to me that those of us who had the opportunity to question these Russians and to listen to their comments on education and 
youth, in a sense, were having an opportunity to peer behind a curtain (supposedly made of iron) and were finally viewing 
a Russian as a human being. Even in such brief contact one was impressed, not by the differences in thinking between the 
Russian and American educators (although such differences were apparent), but by the similarities in common problems and 
experiences found to be occurring in the pedagogical life of both countries. 

Political differences were forgotten, for the moment, at least, as both Russian and American teachers lost their personal 
identities and concentrated upon a common interest and concern — the education of youth ! 

Van Cliburn experienced this same phenomenon in music when he participated in the International Tchaikovsky Competi- 
tion in Moscow. After this moving experience he wrote: 

"There are no political barriers to music. The same blood running through Americans also runs through the Soviet 
people and compels us to enjoy the same art. What thrills me so much is the spirit of musical unity achieved at the 
Tchaikovsky Competition by the people of the World whose governments are at political loggerheads." 

Whether the common interest be education, music, art, science, business or some other field of endeavor, if allowed to 
be freely expressed, this interest becomes the focal point and varying nationality becomes meaningless. From such experiences 
one learns to respect a person as an individual regardless of political or religious beliefs, race or color. 

There will always be differences in political thinking among the various peoples of the world. If such differences are not 
to lead to violence and war, the people of the world must consciously strive to find these common focal points of interest 
and by pursuing them together learn to live with these differences. 

It seems to me that the young people of today, with their honest approach to life, their respect for uniqueness, and their 
regard for the individual person are better equipped than previous generations to break down the artificial barriers of nation- 
ality, color or religious prejudice. 

It is my sincere hope that the members of the Saugus High School Class of 1968, as they proceed to further schooling 
or to immediately face life's problems, will exemplify such an attitude and each person with whom they come in contact 
will be respected for his contribution in life as a person. In this way prejudice, fear, and misunderstanding of other peoples 
will become words without meaning and the world will be a better place in which to live. 

Sincerely, 



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SAUGUS. MASSACHUSETTS 01906 



ASHTON F. DAVIS. PRINCIPAL 
ROBERT J. FRASER, Vice Principal 
ROBERT J. CLARK, VICE PRINCIPAL 



Telephone 
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To the Members of the Class of 1968: 

For you it is graduation time. Understandably, you are happy to 
have attained this goal, and you look forward to entering a more adult 
world. 

Yet I realize that many of you face the future with considerable 
anxiety. You have some concern about what lies ahead for you personally, 
whether it be college in the fall or the employment for which you have 
been training. More than that, you are apprehensive about the grave 
domestic and international problems that beset our country. 

One cannot blame you for having misgivings about the future. There 
is every indication that the coming decades will be strangely new, rapid- 
ly moving, revolutionary. It seems likely that mankind will find it 
necessary to meet one unpredictable challenge after another. 

But in facing up to the smaller crises of high school, you have 
readied yourselves to meet the larger crises of another day. 

Albert Einstein once said, "Education is that which remains after 
you have forgotten everything you learned at school." I am sure that 
this great genius was not down grading formal schooling. Rather he was 
calling attention to the truth that inert facts, pieces of information, 
that you have learned here will in time be forgotten, while the attitudes, 
aspirations, and ideals cultivated here will remain with you and grow, 
for better or worse, throughout your life. 

I am confident that your studies at Saugus High School have pre- 
pared you for your careers in the immediate future, and I feverently hope 
and trust that "that which remains after you have forgotten everything 
learned at school" will fortify and equip you for living in the new, excit- 
ing, and fast-changing world of tomorrow. 

My best wishes to each of you as you join the alumni of Saugus 
High School. 



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JOHN J. BURNS 
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MARJORIE BROUGHTON 



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JOHN GUTHMANN 






BERNIS M. HANLON 



MIRIAM KOCHAKIAN 



WILLIAM J. REGAN 





DEBORAH SHAY 



KATHLEEN VANDE 




MARCELLA WHITE 




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ELIZABETH A. ARRIBEA 





ROBERT J. CLARK 
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PAUL O'BRIEN 



CAROLE SARNIE 



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LOUISE M. SOLOMITA 
Department Head 



RONALD AHERN 



LAWRENCE A. D'ANGELO 






BERNARD J. HUSSEY 



HAROLD C. MUSGRAVE 



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NANCY SCHWARTZ 




EDWARD J. CHAMBERLAIN 
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KATHERINE M. SPENCER 




ISABELLE BEAUCHESNE 
Accounts 





CARMINE C. MOSCHELLA 

Visual Aids 



HELEN F. TOWLE 

Student Activities 



THOMAS E. TRINGALE 

Attendance 




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VIOLET I. CHAPMAN 



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Honor Graduates 



Joanne Adams 
Patricia Aleksa 
George Anderson 
Margaret Anderson 
Olga Anganis 
Lynne Aronson 
Leonard Aubrey 
Kathleen Avellino 
Joanne Bailey 
Constance Banks 
Chester Bejtlich 
Patti Bellitti 
Susan Beverage 
John Boy 
Mary Boyle 
Anne Brescia 
Patricia Burns 
Paulette Carli 
Mary Champoux 
Nelson Chang 
Nancy Clayton 
Anne Collins 
Andrew Crotty 
Patricia Denning 
Josephine DeVincenzi 
Carol DeVito 
Joseph Dollard 
Laurel Ellis 
Joyce Erickson 
Susan Evans 
Joseph Gallo 
Faye Goodwin 
Deborah Gove 
Paul Harring 
Lynn Hillis 



Marcia Hurll 
Sharon Keene 
Christine Kmiec 
Carol Knight 
Paul Kostecki 
Richard Loiselle 
Sharon Long 
Helen Lord 
Diane Marcy 
Elizabeth McCormack 
Bonnie Meehan 
Gayle Merrithew 
Janet Monroe 
Damon Moore 
Charles Nelson 
Priscilla Nelson 
Donna Park 
Edward Patch 
Joanne Pedi 
Claudia Pheulpin 
Stephen Pizzotti 
Gayle Procopio 
Kenneth Riley 
Joan Seaboyer 
Alison Seminerio 
Donna Shay 
Darlene Smith 
William Spadafora 
Norman Spence 
Maria Spencer 
Michael Steele 
Corinne Tomeo 
Vicki Wells 
Jennie Woo 
Joan Zarella 



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CLASS MOTTO: So little done, so much to do 




CLASS COLORS: Forest Green and Light Blue 

ALMA MATER 



O praises sing to red and white, 

And let our banner fly, 

For we are proud and we are true 

As we hail Saugus High. 

O marching ever onward, 

We shall forever see 

How great the lessons we have learned, 

How firm and loyalty 

That bids us to raise a cheer today 

O Saugus High for thee ! 



Your walls are made of brick and stone 

Perhaps, in time will fall, 

But lasting friendships formed within 

Shall tower over all, 

Shall ever be a monument 

To trust and brotherhood, 

Shall stand forever for the ri<iht 

Forever for the good. 

And so we sing this song today 

O Saugus High to thee ! 




STEPHEN PIZZOTTI 
President 



EDWARD BURKE 
Vice-President 



CONSTANCE BANKS 
Secretary 



DOREEN FARNHAM 
Treasurer 



STEPHEN JOSEPH PIZZOTTI 
242 Lynn Fells Parkway 

College 

Rainy days are not for Mr. Pres. . . . 
tall and handsome Steve . . . valu- 
able member of the Sachem 11 ... 
chocolate frappes are his favorite 
. . . S-O friendly. 

Activities: Class President 4; Student 
Council 4; Football 3, 4; Baseball 
2, 4; Visual Aids 4; Ski Club 4; 
Track 3. 



EDWARD WILLIAM BURKE 
77 Dudley Street 
College 

Edza . . . Mr. Vice-President . . . 
basketball is his game . . . always 
willing to give his help at any class 
event . . . college life ahead. 
Activities: Class Vice-President 4; 
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4; Vol- 
leyball 2, 3, 4; Audio Visual Aids 
4; Football 2; Spanish Club 2, 3. 



CONSTANCE PRISCILLA BANKS 
42 Summer Street 
College 

Connie and good times go together 
. . . loves Rockport . . . pajama par- 
ties . . . Brigham's . . . enjoys bas- 
ketball ... an asset to our class as 
secretary. 

Activities: Class Treasurer 2, Secre- 
tary 4; Office Aide 4; Usherettes 4; 
Junior Prom Committee; Sophomore 
Dance. 



DOREEN FARNHAM 
18 Foster Street 
Airline Stewardess 

Sweet Doreen . . . great little Treas- 
urer . . . yellow daisies and mata- 
dors are some of her favorites . . . 
loyal supporter of all S.H.S. sports. 
Activities: Class Treasurer 4; Stu- 
dent Council 2, 3; Usherettes 4; 
Marshall Squad 1; Volleyball 4; 
Junior Prom Committee. 




Class of '68 

Officers and 

Board of Directors 



Constance Banks, Joseph Magnan, Doreen Farn- 
ham, Edward Burke, Miss Marcella White (Ad- 
visor), Stephen Pizzotti, Mr. Robert Tibbetts (Ad- 
visor), Louise Spencer, Edward Patch, Joyce 
Erickson, Richard Loiselle. 



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JOANNE CAROL ADAMS 

21 Milano Drive 

College 

Easy-going Jo ... skiing, skating, 

and boating . . . New Hampshire 

. . . always a friendly smile . . . pet 

peeve — pushy people. 

Activities: French Club 3; Pep Squad 

2; Usherettes. 



DEAN ADRIEN 
8 Winter Street 
Berkely School of Music 
Deano . . . drums, drums, drums 
. . . member of a popular rock 
group . . . also enjoys motorcycles 
. . . pet peeve — short skirts on girls. 
Activities: Band 2, 3; Gymnastics 
2, 3. 



PAUL CLIFFORD AGERSEA 

2 Meadow Lane 
College 

Tall Paul . . . computer program- 
ming is his big interest . . . I.B.M. 
... hockey and cars ... "gosh!" 
Activities: Euclidians 2, 3, 4; Hockey 
2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 
4. 



DONNA MARIE AHL 
20 Old County Road 
Modeling School 

"Donna" . . . enjoys horseback rid- 
ing, volleyball, basketball and color 
day . . . plans to be a model . . . 
Dunkin' Donuts . . . pet peeve — 
slow walkers ... "I don't know!" 





PATRICIA ANN ALEKSA 
1 Rhodes Street 
College 

Friendly Pat . . . makes her own 
clothes . . . enjoys all SHS sports 
. . . Color Day and summer vaca- 
tions . . . can be found working at 
Saugus General Hospital. 
Activities: Future Teachers Club 3, 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4, — Sec. 
retary 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 — Ton- 
toquonian Associate Editor; Guid- 
ance Aide 2, 3, 4. 



KATHLEEN ANN ALLEY 

11 Summer Drive 

Modeling 

Twig . . . future model . . . loves 

dramatics and chorus . . . cashier 

at Grant's ... pet peeve — getting 

up mornings. 

Activities: Dramatics 2, 3, 4; Glee 

Club 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 2; All 

School Play 2, 3, 4. 



GEORGE MALCOLM 

ANDERSON 
25 Felton Street 
College 

"Gidge" . . . Mr. President in our 
Junior year . . . remembers our Color 
Days and scrubbing the floor of the 
nurse's office! . . . dislikes back- 
seat drivers . . . great sports enthus- 
iast . . . plans a career in medicine 
. . . "Are you kidding me?" 
Activities: Class President 3", Tonto- 
quonian Business Staff 4; Ski Club 
4. 



MARGARET ROSEMAE 

ANDERSON 
76 Sweetwater Street 
College 

Carmen . . . our Kentucky transfer 
. . . enjoys track and field hockey 
. . . dancing cooking and stuffed 
animals . . . plans a career as a 
medical technician . . . pet peeve — 
people who mimic her accent. 
Activity: Pep Squad 4. 




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PHILIP REINHOLD 
ANDERSON 

125 Main Street 
College 

Handsome, friendly Phil . . . always 
ready with a laugh ... ski enthus- 
iast . . . accomplished organist . . . 
blonde hair ... a career in engineer- 
ing . . . likes chemistry labs. 
Activities: Spanish Club 2; Volley- 
ball 2, 3; Library Aide 2, 3; Ski 
Club 4. 



OLGA ANGANIS 
1705 Broadway 
College 

Tiny . . . enjoys writing and dancing 
... a basketball enthusiast . . . takes 
pleasure in driving around Revere 
enthusiastic skier . . . when 
she's not blushing, she's giggling. 
Activities: French Club 2, 3; Future 
Teachers Club 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 
4; Ski Club 4. 






LYNNE CHERYL ARONSON 

26 Athens Drive 

College 

Pretty and sophisticated Lynne . . . 

her lovely wardrobe seems to have 

no end . . . lively supporter of the 

S.H.S. football team . . . charm and 

intelligence combined. 

Activities: Class Vice President 3; 

French Club 2, 3; National Honor 

Society 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 

Spanish Club 3, 4; Student Council 

2, 3; Guidance Aide 2. 



LEONARD ANTHONY AUBREY 
8 Hampstead Street 
College 

Good-natured Len . . . football, gym- 
nastics, baseball and volleyball are 
some of his favorite sports . . . Cars 
. . . Vacations. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Volley- 
ball 2, 3. 






KATHLEEN AVELLINO 
1310 Broadway 
College 

"Kathy" . . . adores all horses . . . 
likes gymnastics ... a ready smile 
. . . pet peeve — people who are 
never on time. 

Activities: Spanish Club 2; Volley- 
ball 4; Office Aide 2. 



WILLIAM EDWARD BABCOCK 

JR. 
1 Juliette Road 
College 

Blonde, good-looking Bill . . . fea- 
ther and tomahawk . . . dry sense 
of humor ... likes cars and travel- 
ling . . . pet peeve — insincere peo- 
pie. 

Activities: Baseball 3; Basketball 2; 
Football 2; Track 2, 3; Volleyball 
2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Library Aide 
2, 3; Ski Club 4. 



JOANNE MARY BABIN 
10 Pinecrest Avenue 
Interior Decorating 
"Jo" . . . long, brown hair . . . 
enjoys football hockey and ART . . . 
Chinese food . . . pet peeve — con- 
ceited people . . . "funniest thing." 



WAYNE NARDO BADESSA 

4 Traveler Road 

Work 

"Wayne" . . . plans a career 

woodworking . . . likes shop 

football, baseball, and basketball , 

pet peeve — know-it-alls. 




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PATTI LEE BELLITTI 
9 Herbert Avenue 
Business School 

Patti . . . great sense of humor . . . 
field hockey and Softball rate . . . 
bright pink blush becomes her . . . 
pet peeve — having her name mis- 
spelled constantly. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
4; Future Nurses Club 2, 4; Pep 
Squad 3; Basketball 2; Softball 2, 
3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Library 
Aide 2, 3. 



JOANNE MARIE BAILEY 

17 Waverly Avenue 
College 

Jo . . . cute and stylish . . . enjoys 
Red Sox games . . . windy days, 
skiing, and camping ... pet peeve 
— hash . . . "What a hot ticket". 
Activities: French Club 3; Future 
Teachers 2, 3; Marshall Squad 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3; Student Council 
2; Tontoquonian Biography Staff 4; 
Ski Club 4. 



CHESTER LOUIS BEJTLICH III 
19 Bow Street 
College 

Chet . . . hopes to become a mech- 
anical engineer . . . enjoys photog- 
raphy, sailing, and mountain climb- 
ing . . . active member of our gym- 
nastics team. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Senior Play; Gymnastics 2, 3, 
4; Math League 4. 



SUSAN JANE BEVERAGE 
18 Flushing Road 

"Sue" ... a Stop & Shop employee 
. . . Active member of girl's gym- 
nastics . . . pet peeve — New England 
weather . . . likes good hot pizza and 
coffee . . . our Student Council sec- 
retary. 

Activities: French Club 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 
2, 3, 4 — Secretary 4; Usherettes; Li- 
brary Aide 2, 3, 4; Tontoquonian 
Biography and Business Staff 4. 





ANTHONY FRANK 
BICCHIERI 

64 Bristow Street 
Music School 
Tony . . . PIANO . . . 
ball, basketball, and 
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study music . . . pet peeve — geome- 
try . 

Activities: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4; 
Latin Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Softball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Band 2; One Act Play 2; Gymnas- 
tics 3, 4. 



JAMES FLOYD BLANCHARD 

20 Adams Avenue 
College 

Jimmy . . . handsome and friendly 
important member of SHS 
hockey team . . . likes to ski ... 
works as a delivery boy for Wito- 
zen's flower shop. 

Activities: Spanish Club 2; Hockey 
2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4— Co-Cap- 
tain; Ski Club 4. 



GARY JAMES BOVIN 

48 Adams Avenue 

College 

Silent but always there, "Leo" . . . 

snobs are not for him . . . enjoys 

football, hockey, and gymnastics . . . 

friendly wave. 

Activity: Library Aide 2, 3- 



RONALD HARVEY BOOKMAN 

14 Lindsay Terrace 

Musician 

"Bookie" . . . the Vagabond's . . . 
likes football and hockey . . . enjoys 
music . . . Berkley School of Music 
■will follow graduation . . . "It's 
About that question!" 
Activities: French Club 4; All School 
Play 4. 




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JOHN PHILIP BOY 

8 Newhall Avenue 
College 

John . . . witty and intelligent . . . 
will always remember the Student 
Council Dance ... an interest in 
chemistry . . . baseball is the sport 
... a definite success. 
Activities: Euclidians 2, 3, 4; French 
Club 3, 4 — President 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4 — President 4, 
Treasurer 3; Student Council 4; Ton- 
toquonian Biography Staff 4; Base- 
ball 4; Volleyball 3. 



CAROLYN ANN BRACKETT 
7 Howard Street 
IBM School 

Carolyn ... a future IBM keypunch 
operator . . . works at Sear's . . . 
pet peeve — getting up in the morn- 
ing . . . "Ya right?" 



PATRICIA JOSETTE BREAU 
40 Walden Avenue 
"Pat . . . pleasant smiles . . . soft- 
spoken . . . seen working at Zayre s 
. . . "carefree" . . . enjoys long vaca- 
tions. 
Activity: Pep Squad 2. 





ANNE BRESCIA 
4 Brookfield Lane 
College 

Anne . . . diligent editor in chief 
of our yearbook . . . always friendly 
and helpful . . . neatly dressed . . . 
BIOLOGY . . . collegiate life 
ahead. 

Activities: Marshall Squad 4; Pep 
Squad 4; Tontoquonian Editor 4; 
Softball 4; Library Aide 2, 3; Office 
Aide 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4. 



RONALD HADLEY BROWN 
442 Main Street 

"Ron" . . . likes baseball and bas- 
ketball . . . CARS . . . works at the 
Jiffy Mart after school 
"Brownie". 



SUZANNE ELIZABETH BROWN 

18 Cottage Street 

Airline Stewardess 

Suzie . . . parties, parties, parties 

. . . dancing and skiing interest her 

. . . Color Day is the greatest. 




MARY ANN BOYLE 
9 Hayden Road 
College 

"Sunny" . . . long brown hair and 
bows ... a megaphone and moc- 
casins . . . surfing . . . will make a 
fine kindergarten teacher . . . "Who 
always forgets her pocketbook?" 
Activities: Future Teachers Club 3, 
4; Marshall Squad 4; Pep Squad 
2; Student Council 4 — Treasurer 4; 
Usherettes; Cheerleader 3, 4; Library 
Aide 2; Guidance Aide 2, 3. 




CHARLENE ANN BROWN 
18 Cottage Street 
Business School 

"Charla" . . . always laughing . . . 
a future IBM operator . . . senior 
year is great — especially Color Day 
. . . enjoys working at the telephone 
company . . . loves PIZZA ! 
Activity: Dramatic Club 2. 




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LINDA MARY BURKE 
1 5 East Denver Street 
Business School 

Friendly Linda . . . bowling, skat- 
ing, and swimming . . . enjoys watch- 
ing all SHS sports. . . likes pizza 
and coke ... a future hairdresser. 
Activity: Marshall Squad 4. 



PATRICIA MARGARET BURNS 

41 Jasper Street 

College 

Quiet Pat . . . friendly and loads 
of fun . . . unique laugh and giggle 
. . . plans a career in math . . . 
warm personality . . . well-liked. 
Activities: Board of Directors 3; 
French Club 3; Future Teachers 
Club 2, 3, 4; Usherettes; Tonto- 
quonian Biography Staff 4. 



KATHERINE CALLAS 

8 Lathrop Street 

Hairdressing School 

"Kathy" . . . likes sewing, bowling, 

swimming, girls' basketball, and 

boots . . . SOCCER ... pet peeve — 

getting up in the morning . . . "Oh, 

no!" 



CYNTHIA CLAIRE CAMPBELL 

255 Central Street 
Business School 

Cindy . . . pretty blonde hair . . . 
enjoys dancing and walking . . . ral- 
lies are fun . . . football and bas- 
ketball games rate ... a future sec- 
retary. 
Activity: Volleyball 4. 



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PAULETTE EDNA CARLI 

42 Vine Street 
Junior College 

Pretty Paulette . . . shining hair . . . 
"BLUSH" . . . chocolate anything 
... a Rook's employee . . . plans 
to be a legal secretary . . . pet peeve 
—gym. 

Activities: French Club 2, 3, 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Tonto- 
quonian Business Staff. 



JAMES MICHAEL CARTER 
2 Benson Street 
Business School 

Friendly "Howdy" . . . one of our 
Sachem Indians . . . likes Senior life 
and Color Day . . . hopes to be- 
come a state trooper. 
Activities: Basketball Manager 2; 
Volleyball Captain 4; Cheerleader 4; 
Senior Play, Ski Club 4. 



BRUCE WILLIAM CARYE 
7B Wickford Street 
Technical Engineering School 
Bruce . . . casual . . . likes all sports 
. . . hockey and volleyball are his 
favorites . . . plans a future in engi- 
neering. 



PRISCILLA ANN CASEY 
10 Pace Road 
Business School 

Talkative "Pel" . . . finds enjoy- 
ment in football games ... a great 
sense of humor . . . pet peeve — 
white socks on boys . . . always full 
of fun and pep. 

Activities: Future Homemakers Club 
2; Pep Squad 2. 





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NELSON CHUAN CHANG 

21 Pleasant Avenue 

College 

Nelson . . . physicist of the future 

. . . always snapping pictures . . . 

likes bowling, pool, and math . . . 

witty and intelligent. 

Activities: Euclidians 2, 3, 4; Math 

League 2, 3, 4; Audio Visual Aides 

2, 3, 4; Tontoquonian Photography 

Staff 4; Interact 3; Chess Club 3, 

4; National Thespians 3, 4. 



ROBERT JOHN CHAFFEE 
11 Brookfield Lane 
College 

Quiet, good-looking Bob . . . well- 
liked — enjoys all sports . . . vaca- 
tions ... pet peeve — homework. 
Activities: Audio Visual Aide 2, 
3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3,4. 



MARY FRANCES CHAMPOUX 

22 Pinecrest Avenue 

College 

Mary . . . plans to be an elementary 

teacher . . . enjoys SPORTS . . . 

tennis . . . skiing . . . vacations . . . 

pet peeve — Snobs. 

Activities: Future Teachers Club 3, 
4; Pep Squad 4; Ski Club 4. 



JOHN ROLAND CHAPMAN 

25 Adams Avenue 

College 

Cute Jack . . . quiet but friendly 

. . . enjoys sports . . . especially likes 

fishing and vacations. 

Activities: Tontoquonian Biography 

Staff 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 

3,4, 







JOHN MICHAEL CHRISOS 
12 Yale Avenue 
College 

Cute John . . . always friendly . . . 
our favorite second baseman ... a 
fierce Sachem Indian . . . plans to 
follow a career in engineering. 
Activities: Audio Visual Aides 3, 
4 — Treasurer 4; Spanish Club 3, 4 — 
Treasurer 3", Student Council 4; Ton- 
toquonian Biography Staff 4; Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Volleyball 
2, 3, 4. 



DIANE LEE CHIPMAN 
27 Hood Street 
Hair Dressing School 
Attractive "Sam" . . . pretty hair 
. . . interesting hairdos . . . enjoys 
playing the guitar . . . fine seam- 
stress . . . always friendly. 
Activities: Art Club 2; Pep Squad 
2. 



MICHAEL CHULLI 
11 Ireson Street 
Industrial School 

Chull . . . handsome . . . enjoys a 
great variety of sports . . . skiing 
. . . pool . . . WHTE MUSTANG 
. . . plans to be a carpenter. 
Activity: Football 2, 3. 



PHYLLIS MARIE 

CIARDIELLO 
9 Milano Drive 
College 

Quiet but friendly Phyl . . . un- 
usual laugh . . . likes sharp clothes 
. . . pleasant personality . . . dislikes 
snobbish people. 

Activities: Dramatic Club 3; Latin 
Club 3. 




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5 Daisy Avenue 
Undecided 

Good-looking John . . . much skill 
on a basketball court . . . FOOD 
. . . "Old House" . . . found at the 
beach — surfing. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4 — Co- 
captain; Volleyball 3, 4. 



JOSEPH ANTHONY 

CIARMITARO 
15 Ballard Street 
College 

"Joe" . . . likes football and basket- 
ball . . . ARCADE BAZZAAR . . . 
"Take pride in your work!" pet 
peeve — not having a car . . . "Sem." 
Activities: Spanish Club 3; Basket- 
ball 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Gymnas- 
tics 2. 



BARBARA LORETTA CICCO 

27 Fairchild Avenue 
Business School 

Barb . . . avid football fan . . . also 
enjoys basketball, hockey, and ten- 
nis ... dislikes conceited people 
. . . "Oh, those Monday mornings!" 
Activities: Pep Squad 2, 4; Volley- 
ball 4; Ski Club 4. 



STEPHANIE MARIE CIULLA 
51 Main Street 
Nursing School 

Cute "Steph" . . . full of energy . . . 
cross country fan . . . cemeteries 
make her shudder . . . sure to make 
a fine nurse. 

Activities: Class Board of Directors 
2; Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4 — Sec- 
retary 2. 



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DONALD JAMES CLARK, JR. 

47 School Street 

Business School 

Donald . . . easy-going ... an avid 

Red Sox fan ... "Go Red Sox" 

. . . pet peeve — girls who smoke. 

Activities: Baseball 2; Volleyball 2, 

4. 



NANCY JEAN CLAYTON 
200 Woodcrest Drive 
Melrose 
Junior College 

Nance . . . lively personality . . . 
short hair . . . football, basketball, 
and volleyball . . . pet peeve — "bal- 
oney sandwiches" . . . Well, if you 
insist!" 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Marshall 
Squad 4; National Honor Society 3, 
4; Sahico Club 4; Tontoquonian As- 
sociate Editor 4; Office Aide 4; Li- 
brary Aide 3. 



ANN MARIE COLLINS 
323 Walnut Street 
Business School 

Cute, well-liked Ann . . . tiny in 
size, but not in personality . . . 
loves the beach . . . green Triumphs 
. . . future social worker . . . pet 
peeve — wearing shoes! 

Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3; Future 
Teachers Club 2, 3; Girls' Club Cab- 
inet 3. 



JAMES WALTER CONDON 
497 Central Street 
College 

Jim . . . likes skiing, dancing, and 
basketball . . . Stop & Shop . . . 
never on time . . . friendly disposi- 
tion . . . college life ahead. 
Activities: Tontoquonian Business 
Staff 4; Career Conference Com- 
mittee 4; Ski Club 4. 




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NANCY MARIE COPPOLA 
17 Lark Avenue 
Business School 
Nancy . . . likes to 
Boston Commons . 
in motorcycles 



heads . . . "Yeah, right!' 
Activity: DECA 4. 



walk in the 

an interest 

pet peeve — red- 



RONALD LEONARD CORON 

18 Parker Street 

College 

Ronnie . . . funloving and friendly 

. . . enjoys motorcycles . . . works at 

Sears . . . likes pizza . . . pet peeve 

— cars ! 



PAUL THOMAS CORSON 
26 Stone Street 
Art School 

"Paul" . . . enthusiastic and talented 
artist . . . planning a career in art 
. . . also interested in photography 
and cars . . . loves to give and 
attend parties . . . dislikes insincer- 
ity and procrastination. 
Activity: Art Club 4. 



STEPHEN WEBB COTTER 
8 Summer Drive 

Big, strong Steve . . . known for 
the many motorcycles he has had 
. . . enjoys sports . . . usually found 
helping in the V.A. room. 
Activity: Audio Visual Aide 3, 4, 






ANDREW JAMES CROTTY, III 
5 Benson Street 
College 

Friendly Drew . . . Good looks and 
intelligence . . . party life '. . . swim- 
ming rates high . . . always active 
in V.A. . . . all-round sports fan 
. . . college life ahead. 
Activities: Audio Visual Aide 2, 3, 
— President 4; National Thespians 3, 
4; Volleyball 3, 4. 



RITA JOSEPHINE CUDDI 
43 Overlea Avenue 
College 

Pretty Rita . . . quiet manner . . . 
dislikes snobs . . . interest in art 
and English . . . enjoys folk music 
and guitar playing . . . volleyball 
and football . . . Sear's store em- 
ployee. 

Activities: Future Nurses' 3, 4; 
French Club 4; Art Club 4. 



PAMELA CLAIRE CUSHMAN 
5 Johnson Road 
College 

Quiet, sincere Pamela ... a wel- 
come addition to Saugus High in 
her Junior year . . . sewing and 
boating enthusiast . . . likes watching 
baseball . . . has enjoyed making 
many friends at SHS . . . would like 
to be an English teacher. 



MARILYN ANN D'AMICO 

77 Bristow Street 

Business School 

Sincere Marilyn . . . found at all 

the S.H.S. football games ... a 

GEM store employee . . . loves to 

ski in the winter . . . pet peeve — 

knuckle crackers. 

Activity: Pep Squad 2, 3. 




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CHRISTOPHER PATRICK 
DANAHY, JR. 

16 Second Street 
College 

Chris . . . clean-cut and well-dressed 
. . . enjoys skiing, football, and 
hockey . . . works at Star Market 
. . . found at all S.H.S. activities 
. . . Everybody's friend. 
Activities: Audio Visual Aides 4; 
Student Council 4; Baseball 2; 
Hockey 2, 3; Cheerleader 4; Ski 
Club 4. 



WALTER ROBERT DANIELS 
33 Pleasant Street 
College 

Walter . . . feather and hatchet . . . 
banana splits . . . little black sports 
car ... talkative . . . never a dull 
moment when Walter's around. 
Activities: Baseball 4; Football 2; 
Cheerleader 4; Library Aide 2; Ski 
Club 4. 



DENISE GRACE DANSEREAU 
9 Phillips Avenue 
Nursing School 

Adorable Denny ... a little girl 
with a lot of stuffed animals . . . 
seafood . . . kittens ... a skating 
fan . . . "You'll get over it!" 
Activity: Future Homemakers Club 
3. 



LINDA FRANCES DAVIDSON 
12 Auburn Court 

Sincere and sweet Linda . . . delicate 
features and long hair . . . talkative 
. . . witty . . . excellent seamstress 
. . . loves puppies, Rockport, Lynn, 
pajama parties. 

Activities: Marshall Squad 4; Usher- 
ettes; Volleyball 4. 






FRANCES CATHERINE DEARY 

20 Lawndale Avenue 

Music School 

Frannie . . . plans a future in music 

... a football and baseball fan . . . 

horseback riding and skiing . . . 

Color Day . . . pet peeve — crowded 

corridors. 

Activities: Tontoquonian Business 

Staff 4; Glee Club 2. 



LUCILLE CATHERINE 

DeBLASIO 
6 Wolcott Road 

"Lu" . . . beautiful wardrobe . . . 
excellent seamstress ... a Touraine's 
employee . . . RED hair . . . tal- 
ented artist. 

Activities: Art Club 3; Pep Squad 3; 
Student Council 2; Office Aide 2, 
3. 



ELEANOR ANNETTE 
DeCALOGERO 

9 Alfred Road 

Business School 

Ellie . . . funloving, smiling, and 

witty . . . Red Sox fan . . . pajama 

parties . . . always on the go ... 

plans a career in business. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Ski Club 

4. 



PATRICIA MARIE DENNING 

8 Centennial Avenue 

College 

Pretty Pat . . . lively and laughing 

baseball and football 
Grant's . . . intelligent and sincere 
. . . loves pizza . . . "Yeah, right?" 
Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3, — Pres.; 
National Thespians 3, 4, — V. Pres.; 
National Honor Society 2; Drama 
Club 4; All School Play 3, 4; 
French Club 3, 4; Director of Pro- 
grams; Math Team 4; Student 
Council 2; Usherettes 4; Future 
Teachers 4; Library Aide 1. 





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JOSEPHINE ANN 

DeVINCENZI 
23 Laurine Road 
College 

Peppy, talkative "Jo" (and there's 
no "e" on that) . . . excels in all 
sports . . . future biology teacher 
. . . despises silence . . . always eager 
to help . . . "Center it!" 
Activities: Future Teachers Club 3, 
4 — President 4, Treasurer 3; Nation- 
al Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish Club 
2, 3 — Vice President 2, Secretary 3; 
Student Council 2; Tontoquonian 
Business Staff; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Softball 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; 
Office Aide 2, 3, 4. 



DONALD BRUCE DEVINE 
1 5 Laconia Avenue 
Trade School 

"Don" . . . enjoys cars and coin col- 
lecting . . . plans to become a cabi- 
net maker . . . Currently a stock boy 
for Stop & Shop. 



CAROL ANN DeVITO 
112 Lincoln Avenue 
College 

Friendly Carol . . . don't start her 
talking or she'll never stop ... a 
great football fan . . . pet peeve — 
Monday mornings. 

Activities: Future Teachers Club 3, 
4; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 2; 
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil 2; Library Aide 2. 



NANCY IRENE DIAMOND 

6018 Lincoln Avenue 

Airline Stewardess 

Nancy . . . enjoys football and 

hockey . . . likes to sew, ski, and 

TALK ! . . . loves clothes and XKE's 

... Sub Villa. 

Activities: Art Club 3; Dramatic 

Club, Treasurer 4; Student Council 

Club 2; Ski Club 3, 4. 






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LINDA CHRISTINE DiMINICO 
51 Western Avenue 
Business School 

Sophisticated Linda . . . pretty clo- 
thes . . . enjoys horseback riding, 
skiing, and football . . . Cape Cod 
. . . great sense of humor. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Sahico 
Club — Treasurer 4; Student Council 
2, 3; Library Aide 2; Office Aide 
2; Ski Club 4. 



JOSEPH PAUL DISCOLO 
8 Lewis Lane 
Work 

"Disky" ... a good sense of humor 
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always has a joke for all. 



JANET LEE DIVER 
6 Lake Circle 
Business School 

"Janet" . . . wants to become a book- 
keeper . . . loves sewing, cooking, 
and fishing . . . also enjoys swim- 
ming, skating, and skiing . . . sum- 
mers in New Hampshire .... pet 
peeve — gum snappers. 
Activities: Marshall Squad 4; Sahico 
Club 4. 






SANDRA DIANNE DOHERTY 

107 Lincoln Avenue 

Undecided 

Sandy . . . baseball and basketball fan 

. . . loves strawberry shortcake . . . 

art classes are fun . . . "Anyone 

mention green beans?" 

Activities: Art Club 4; French Club 

4; Future Nurses Club 3; Pep Squad 

2. 




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MARTHA JANE DRISCOLL 
161 Essex Street 
Art School 
Martha . . . plans 
designer . . . likes 
Red Sox ... art . 



DIANE LOUISE DONOVAN 

16 Montgomery Street 

Peace Corps 

Diane . . . friendly . . . weekends in 

New Hampshire . . . snow skiing 

and swimming . . . working at the 

cafeteria at Grant's. 

Activities: Art Club 3, 4; DEC A 

Reporter 4; Future Homemakers 

Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3; Ski 

Club 4. 



JOSEPH ALBERT DOLLARD 
12 Carlton Street 
College 

Uncle Joe, the professor . . . unusual 
sense of humor . . . one of our foot- 
ball team managers . . . playground 
instructor during the summer . . . 
"Keep away from sweets." 
Activities: Future Teachers Club 2, 
3; Baseball Manager 4; Basketball 
Manager 3, 4; Football Manager 3, 
4; Track Manager 2, 3; Library 
Aide 2, 3, 4. 



to be a fashion 

football and the 

Color Day 



pet peeve — slow walkers and gum 
snappers. 

Activities: Art Club 3, 4; Drama- 
tics Club 4; Future Teachers Club 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; All 
School Play 2, 3; Guidance Aide 
2, 3, 4. 



LAUREL ELLIS 
14 Clark Street 
Art School 

Talented Laurie ... a graceful dan- 
cer . . . SHS dances and rallies 
. . . long blond hair . . . skate board- 
ing . . . "Oh, my nerves!" 
Activities: Art Club 4 — Vice Presi- 
dent 4; Future Teachers Club 3; 
Latin Club 2; Marshall Squad 4; 
Usherettes 4; Band Concert 2, 3. 






WILLIAM JOSEPH EMMA 
346 Main Street 
Undecided 



"Emmaly" . . . always 
Shop, pool, and football 
working at Godfried's . . 
natured word for all. 



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JOYCE ANN ERICKSON 
209 Hamilton Street 
College 

Joyce . . . pretty and poised . . . 
enjoys watching football and bas- 
ketball . . . loves to water ski ... 
yellow roses . . . "Imagine that". 
Activities: Art Club 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Vol- 
leyball 4; Class Board of Directors 4. 



SUSAN HILDA EVANS 
203 Essex Street 
Business School 

Sue . . . friendly and always happy 
. . . enjoys football . . . makes her 
own clothes . . . will be a success 
in the business world. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Usher- 
ettes 4; Tontoquonian Business Staff 
4. 



ALAN RAY ERICKSON 

27 Newhall Street 
College 

Alan . . . plans to be a teacher . . . 
hunting and gun collecting . . . foot- 
ball and hockey games . . . works 
at Star Market . . . "OK". 
Activities: Dramatic Club Treasurer 
3, 4; All School Play 3, 4; Senior 
Play; National Thespians 3, 4; Chess 
Club 4. 





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ROSEMARY PATRICIA 
FACGADIO 

104 Howard Street 
Vibrant Rose . . . pretty and petite 
. . . likes to have fun . . . sports fan 
. . . TALKS and TALKS. 



GERALD MICHAEL FALASCA 
21 Willis Street 

Good-looking Jeza . . . quiet and 
sophisticated . . . bikie . . . found 
working at Saugus Hospital. 



ROBERT PAUL FALASCA 

9 Riverside Court 

Technical School 

"Bob" . . . likes skiing, football 
and basketball . . . FAST CARS ! 
. . . Paramount Drug Store . . . pet 
peeve: conceited people. 



STEPHEN EDWARD FINEGAN 

138 Walnut Street 

Junior College 

Steve . . . care-free . . . spends most 

of his spare time with cars ... a 

mechanic in Wakefield after school. 

Activity: Football 2, 3. 






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FREDERICK EDWARD 

FLAMMIA 
20 Maple Street 
Business School 

Friendly, good-natured Fred 
cross-country and track . . . can be 
found painting at the New Ocean 
House ... a sure success in the 
business world. 

Activities: Tontoquonian Activities 
Staff 4; Basketball 2; Track 2, 3, 4; 
Cross Country 2, 3, 4 — Co-Captain 
4; Library Aide 2, 3. 



DONNA LEE FLYNN 
17 Stacker Street 

Donna . . . pretty and petite . . . 
enjoys baseball games and sewing 
. . . loves pizza . . . pet peeve — 
crowded corridors. 



DAVID JOHN FORNI 
23 Kenwood Avenue 
College 

Good-looking "Dave" . . . excellent 
drummer . . . likes skiing and surf- 
ing . .-. football fan ... "Wow!" 
Activities: Football Manager 2; 
Track 2; Volleyball Captain 4; Ski 
Club 4. 



JANICE ELIZABETH 
FOURNIER 

27 Emory Street 

Business School 

Janice . . . cheerful . . . 

at S.H.S. sport events 

and sincere ... a future 

retary. 

Activity: Pep Squad 2, 3. 



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WILLIAM JAMES FUCALORO 
4 Ocean View Avenue 
College 

Handsome Bill . . . plans a career 
in IBM . . . enjoys baseball, foot- 
ball, and basketball . . . noncon- 
formist . . . fast cars and travelling. 



FRANK MICHAEL GAROFALO 
8 Atlas Avenue 
College 

Frank . . . always friendly ... a 
basketball enthusiast . . . enjoys danc- 
es and parties . . . "I'm sure it is." 
Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Track 
3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Library 
Aide 2; Ski Club 4. 




FAYE ELIZABETH GOODWIN 

11 Atherton Street 
College 

Sophisticated Faye . . 
robe of lovely clothes 
and baseball fan . . 
eludes teaching high school English. 
Activities: French Club 3; Future 
Teachers Club 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil 2; Guidance. Aide 2, 3, 4. 



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future in- 



CAROL ELIZABETH GEDDES 
71 School Street 
Business School 

"Ged" . . . blonde hair . . . cheer- 
ing on the basketball court . . . 
watching football and baseball . . . 
the zoo ... red Volkswagen . . . 
"not your stepping stone." 
Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Sahico Club 4; Ski Club 
4. 





PAULA JEAN GEEHAN 
10 Summer Court 
Business School 

"Paula" . . . captain of our field 
hockey team . . . likes basketball, 
Softball, and Donkey ball . . . plans 
to be a secretary. 

Activities: Marshall Squad 4; Bas- 
ketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; 
Field Hockey 2, 3, 4— Co-Captain 4. 



JOSEPH ROGER GALLO 

1294 Broadway 

College 

Joe . . . our friend from Revere 

quick wit ... a hockey fan 

terest in Biology and Sociology 

works at Dean's Motel . . . 

those lockers!" 

Activity: Ski Club 4. 



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KAREN GEOTIS 
21 Knowles Avenue 
Karen . . . loads of fun . . . distinc- 
tive walk . . . spirited spectator at 
all S.H.S. sports events . . . Boston 
Baby Store employee. 
Activities: Library Aide 2, 3; Pep 
Squad 2, 3. 



MICHAEL WILLIAM GOODWIN 

11 Atherton Street 

College 

Mike . . . Drum major . . . Biology 

labs . . . volleyball fan . . . band 

trips . . . pet peeve — people with 

pet peeves. 

Activities: Volleyball 4; Band 2, 3, 
4. 





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DEBORAH ELIZABETH GOVE 

8 Holden Avenue 
Business 

"Deb" . . . neat, friendly . . . loves 
hot fudge sundaes . . . Grant's em- 
ployee . . . pet peeve — people who 
walk slowly in the corridors. 
Activities: Marshall Squad 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Sahico Club 4; Busi- 
ness Staff of Tontoquonian 4; Li- 
brary Aide 2; Guidance Aide 4. 



EDWARD JOHN GRAHAM 
36 Newhall Street 
College 

Ed ... an engineering career will 
follow graduation . . . enjoys swim- 
ming and judo . . . pet peeve — rainy 
days. 

Activities: Chess Club 2, 3, 4 — Pres- 
ident 4; All School Play 4; Senior 
Play. 



LOIS LYNDS GRAHAM 
15 Jackson Street 
College 

"Lo" ... a constant talker . . . likes 
Corvettes and drag races . . . hock- 
ey .. . Rooks ... pet peeve — being 
confused. 

Activities: Board of Directors 2, 3; 
Pep Squad 2; Guidance Aide 2. 



NANCY JUNE GRIFFIN 
15 Edge Hill Road 
Marriage 

Nancy . . . enjoys reading, tennis, vol- 
leyball . . . found working at Lud- 
wig's . . . pet peeve — snobs . . . "Ya 
know". 
Activities: DECA; Spanish Club 2. 





REGINA MARIE ANN GUDAITUS 
7 Harvard Avenue 

Lively "Gerry" . . . pretty and pe- 
tite . . . short, short hair . . . enjoys 
all football games . . . always look- 
ing for fun. 

Activities: Future Homemakers Club 
2; Pep Squad 3; Library Aide 2. 



SANDRA TRACEY GUDAITIS 

14 Milton Street 

College 

Sandy . . . popular, petite, and cute 

... a great little actress . . . Mammy 

Yokem and Eileen . . . pet peeve — 

Maine. 

Activities: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; 

Pep Squad 3; Glee Club 3, 4; All 

School Play 2, 3, 4; Senior Play. 



KAREN ANN HARNDEN 
2 High Street 
College 

Cute and peppy Karen . . . great Ath- 
lete ... a future gym teacher . . . 
always busy ... pet peeve — people 
who waste time ... "Oh, those, 
field hockey games!" 
Activities — Future Teachers Club 2, 
3; Pep Squad 3; Basketball 3, 4— 
Manager; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Soft- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 3. 



VERA GLORIA HARNDEN 
32 Basswood Avenue 
Business School 

Ver . . . cute and always smiling . . . 
a talented seamstress . . . loyal spec- 
tator at all S.H.S. sports events. 
Activities: Art Club 4; Dramatic Club 
4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Sahico Club 
4; Student Council 2, 3; Library Aide 
2, 3; Ski Club 4. 




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PAUL DAVID HARRING 

387 Central St. 
College 

Quiet Paul . . . likes sports of all 
kinds . . . friendly and sincere per- 
sonality . . . school spirited . . . 
plans for a college career. 
Activities: Latin Club 2, 3; Student 
Council 2; Track Team 4; Volley- 
ball 3, 4; Cross Country 3. 



JOANNE MARIE HEALY 
41 Lincoln Avenue 
Jo ... likes baseball, skiing, and 
surfing . . . Color Day . . . "Christ- 
mas is the best time of the year." 
Activities: Art Club 2, 3, 4; French 
Club 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 4. 



VICTOR PAUL HEATH 
22 Golden Hills Road 
Marine Reserves 

"Vicki" . . . enthusiastic participant 
in many sports, including skiing, 
swimming, and boxing . . . loves to 
work with animals . . . pet peeve: 
snobbish people ... a future Marine. 



SHEILA RAE HILL 

18 Fairmont Avenue 

Business School 

"Sheila" . . . likes lunch, riding, and 

2:00 ... DRAGS ... "55" Chevies 

. . . pet peeve — too many people in 

the corridors . .. "SUPER!" 





LYNN ARDENA HILLIS 
221 Essex Street 
Business School 

Lynn . . . plans a career as a book- 
keeper . . . enjoys sewing and bowl- 
ing . . . pizza . . . Zayre's employee 
. . . pet peeve — jealous people. 



DENNIS MICHAEL HNATOWICZ 
21 Summer Drive 
College 

Ned . . . aviation will be his career 
. . . football . . . gymnastics 
FLYING . . . works at Beverly air- 
port. 

Activities: Track 2, 4; Volleyball 4; 
Gymnastics 2, 3, 4. 



THOMAS EDWARD HURD 

5 Saville Street 

Undecided 

Funloving Tom . . . likes hockey, 

baseball, and golf . . . works at the 

Steak Pit after school . . . pet peeve 

— getting up in the morning! 



MARCIA JUNE HURLL 
7 Parker Street 
College 

Sophisticated Marcia . . . basketball 
fan . . . enthusiastic skier — on snow 
and water ... a foot scuffer . . . 
"snowy days" . . . pet peeve — con- 
ceited people. "Jeepers!" 
Activities: Art Club 4; Future Teach- 
ers Club 3, 4; All School Play 4; 
Volleyball 4. 





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ETHEL RUTH IANNICIELLO 
6 Diane Drive 

Secretarial School 

Ethel . . . plans to be a secretary . . . 
avid viewer at SHS football games 
. . . bowling . . . swimming . . . sum- 
mer . . . Color Day! 
Activities: Future Teachers Club 3, 
4; Pep Squad 4. 



JULIANNE GLENDA IRESON 
11 Johnson Street 
Business School 

"Ju" . . . plans a career in IBM . . . 
likes bikies and DECA . . . Volley- 
ball . . . Lerner's . . . pet peeve — 
cliques . . . "Ungowa!" 
Activity: DECA 4. 



KATHLEEN FRANCES 
IWANOWICZ 

113 Lincoln Avenue 
College 

"Katie" . . . plans to be a physical 
education teacher . . . enjoys basket- 
ball and the beach . . . beautiful 
long hair . . . lovely wardrobe . . . 
pet peeve — cigarette smoke. 
Activities: Art Club 2; Latin Club 
2; Volleyball 4; Field Hockey 2; Li- 
brary Aide 2. 



EDWARD CURTIS JARVIS 
51 Water Street 
College 

Duke . . . enjoys karate . . . likes all 
sports but especially baseball, football 
and basketball . . . plans to be a gym 
teacher. 

Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 2; Cross Country 2; Library Aide 
2, 3. 





GLENN ALLAN JEFFREY 

20 Emory Street 

Service 

Handsome Glenn . . . good sense of 
humor . . . likes all sports . . . works 
at Stop & Shop after school. 
Activities: DECA Treasurer 4; Volley- 
ball 2, 3, 4. 



FRANCIS GORDON JENSEN 

5 Anawan Avenue 

Technical School 

Friendly "Jenny" 

cross country star 

in the summer 



our track and 

loves the beach 

enjoys horse- 



back riding . . . works at Gibb's gas 
station. 

Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Coun- 
try 2, 3, 4. 



ELIZABETH ANN JERZYLO 
5 School Street 
College 

Betty . . . skiing, sewing, hot fudge 
sundaes ... a future business ad- 
ministration major in college . . . 
football is the MOST ... pet peeve 
— knuckle-crackers ! 
Activities: Dramatic Club 3; Latin 
Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 4; Usherettes 
4; Office Aide 4; Ski Club 4. 



LOUIS EDWARD JORDON III 
8 Anawan Avenue 
College 

"Ed" . . . plans a career as an Egyp- 
tologist . . . likes history, and muse- 
ums especially . . . track, gym, and 
tennis . . . college will follow high 
school graduation. 

Activities: Latin Club 4; Radio Club 
2, 3; Track 4; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; 
Chess Club 4. 




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FREDRICK WILLIAM KAPPA 

22 Wamesit Avenue 
College 

Freddie . . . distinctive dresser . . . 
good-looking . . . Bob Dylan, Peter 
Fonda, Mick Jaggor . . . our color 
day chief . . . always ready for a 
time. 



Activities: Dramatic Club 4; Spanish 
Club 2; Basketball 2, 3; Hockey 2; 
Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 
2; All School Play 4; Senior Play, 
Library Aide 2. 



SHARON EARLINE KEENE 
13 Oaklandvale Avenue 
College 

Cute, artistic "Sha" . . . friendly per- 
sonality . . . champion skier . . . 
"Think Snow" . . . New Hampshire 
summer and winter weekends. 
Activities: Art Club 2, 3, 4— Presi- 
dent; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 3; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 — 
Secretary 3; Student Council 4; Usher- 
ettes — 1st Lieutenant 4; Tontoquon- 
ian Associate Editor 4; Glee Club 3, 
4; Ski Club 4 — Vice President. 



MARYANNE KELLY 
136 Walnut Street 
Work 

Full of fun "Mer" . . . lively cheer- 
leader . . . witty always . . . parties 
and vacations . . . works at Star 
Market. 

Activities: Art Club 3, 4; French 
Club 2; Marshall Squad 4; Pep Squad 
2; Sahico Club 4; Student Council 
3; Volleyball 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; 
Ski Club 4. 




CAROL DONNA KNIGHT 
48 Main Street 
College 

Carol ... an enthusiastic Red Sox 
fan . . . enjoys playing basketball, 
and likes Toski . . . relishes peanut 
butter and jelly sandwiches — and piz- 
za (but not together, of course!) 
. . . pet peeve — Gym. 
Activities: Art Club 2; French Club 
2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4 — Treasurer 
3; Ski Club 4. 



SCOTT ALBERT KENRICK 
5 Spencer Avenue 
College 

Scott . . . swimming enthusiast . . . 
enjoys football, baseball and hock- 
ey ... SHS dances ... a future 
electronics engineer . . . dislikes girls 
who wear too much make-up. 
Activity: Volleyball 4. 





CHRISTINE MARY KMIEC 
16 Jasper Street 
College 

Chris ... a nursing career follows 
high school . . . sewing . . . football 
games . . . pet peeve — knuckle-crack- 
ers. 

Activities: Future Nurses Club 2, 
3, 4 — President 4; Latin Club 2, 3 
— Secretary 3; Marshall Squad 4; 
Pep Squad 4; Guidance Aide 4; Ski 
Club 4. 



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PATRICIA LYN KMITA 

36 Spencer Avenue 
Business School 

Patty . . . enjoys reading and sew- 
ing . . . looks forward to color day 
each year . . . loves volleyball games 
. . . pet peeve — gum snappers. 
Activities: Marshall Squad 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Sahico Club 4. 



PAUL EDWARD KONTOS 

30 Dudley Srteet 

Undecided 

Paul . . . likes shop . . . boats . . . 

cars . . . races . . . works at Red 

Coach Grill ... pet peeve — fickle 

girls . . . "Right!" 




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PAUL THEODORE KOSTECKI 

6 Belmont Street 
College 

Talkative Paul . . . enjoys dances and 
parties ... a lively Indian at all 
our football games ... so friendly 
. . . "Wild-flower". 
Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4— Vice- 
President 3 — President 4; Track 2; 
Volleyball 3, 4. 



PAUL KOTCHIAN 

15 Wren Street 

Kotch . . . interested in motorcycles 

. . . enjoys baseball and volleyball 

. . . works at Boston Baby . . . 

plans a future in mechanics. 



SANDRA ALICE LACY 

6 Gil way Road 

Airline Stewardess 

"Chucky" . . . likes children, gym, 

and softball . . . field hockey is 

great . . . pet peeve — boys with long 

hair . . . "Sticks!" 

Activities: Softball 2, 3, 4; Field 

Hockey 2, 3, 4. 



CAROL LEE LaFERLA 
12 Zito Drive 
College 

Sweet, likeable Carol . . . friendly 
. . . likes to sew . . . Prince Spa- 
ghetti House waitress . . . enjoys good 
movies . . . future elementary teacher. 
Activities: Art Club 2, 3, 4; Dra- 
matic Club 2, 3, 4 — Secretary 2; 
French Club 3, 4; Future Teachers 
Club 4; Chess Club 2, 3; Glee 
Club 2; All School Play 2. 





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JOSEPH PATRICK LANDRIGAN 

34 Basswood Avenue 
College 

Our Indian Chief . . . Geronimo . . . 
Color Day, senior play, gymnastics 
. . . great sense of humor ... al- 
ways ready to help out. 
Activities: Audio Visual Aides 3; Art 
Club 3; Dramatic Club 3, 4; French 
Club 4; Baseball 3; Football 3; Hock- 
ey 2, 3; Track 3; Volleyball 3, 4; 
All School Play 4; Senior Play; Li- 
brary Aide 2; Ski Club 4. 



CHARLES EDWARD LANG JR. 
39 Jackson Street 
College 

Handsome Charlie . . . well-dressed 
always . . . likes to ski ... enjoys 
football and baseball ... so friendly 
and always looking for fun. 
Activity: Track 2, 3, 4. 



MARY ANNE LARKIN 
30 Jasper Street 
College 

Cheerful "Bird" . . . always smil- 
ing . . . enjoys watching football, 
basketball . . . loves to ski ... U. 
of Mass. 

Activities: Art Club 2, 3, 4; Mar- 
shall Squad 4; Pep Squad 2, 3; Ush- 
erettes 4; Volleyball 4 — Captain; Ski 
Club 4. 



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JANET GLADYS LAWTON 

35 Westland Avenue 

Art School 

Quiet Jan . . . warm smile ... a 

Grant's employee ... a career in 

art follows high school . . . her sweel 

sincerity will take her far. 

Activities: Art Club 2, 3, 4; Library 
Aide 4. 





EDWARD JOSEPH LeBLANC, JR. 
25 Fairchild Avenue 

Navy 

Ed . . . VA . . . enjoys football . . . 
hockey . . . works at Cliftondale Mar- 
ket in his spare time . . . 'Anchors 
Away!" 

Activities: Audio Visual Aides 3, 4; 
Football 2. 



DIANE LESLIE LeDREW 

8 Briggs Court 

Business School 

"Diane" . . . Latin classes were great 

. . . enjoys volleyball and tennis . . . 

a career in business will follow high 

school. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Latin 

Club 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN CHARLES LeMOINE 
63 Bristow Street 
Army 

"Flash" . . . enthusiastic hockey play- 
er and all-round sports fan ... es- 
pecially enjoys car racing . . . "You'll 
get over it!" 



ANNE LEO 
13 Meadowbrook Road 
Ann . . . pretty hair . . . loves hors- 
es and summer vacations . . . can be 
found working at Boston Baby Store 
. . . "Any what?" 





ALFRED ARTHUR LEVER 

29 Park Street 

Engineering School 

"Al" . . . plans to be an engineer . . . 

likes gym, skiing, and all other 

sports . . . CARS . . . pet peeve — 

smoking and gum chewing . . . "Ya, 

right!" 

Activities: Football 2; Volleyball 2. 



LISA LINDQUIST 

3 Meadow Brook Road 

College 

Friendly, smiling Lisa . . . blonde 

hair . . . skiing and art ... plans a 

career in social work . . . soft, soft 

voice . . . "Rockin' Robin". 

Activities: Art Club 4; Ski Club 4. 



JOANN LIPKIEWICZ 

56 Bristow Street 

Modeling 

"Lip" ... a never-ending imagination 

when it comes to Color Day . . . 

clothes, clothes, and more clothes 

. . . future model . . . "We're gonna 

be on Ed Sullivan!" 

Activities: Art Club 2, 4; Pep Squad 

2; Basketball 2; All School Play 2, 4. 



DIANE MARIE LIVOLSI 
382 Lincoln Avenue 
Marriage 

Diane . . . horseback riding and mot- 
orcycles . . . likes to watch football 
games . . . plans a career in hair 
dressing . . . "Yeah, right?" 




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RICHARD HENRY LOISELLE JR. 
5 Horton Street 
College 

Little Loise . . . our Student Coun- 
cil President . . . full of fun . . . 
cross country, gymnastics, and track 
man . . . friendly ... a sure success. 
Activities: Class Board of Directors 
4; Audio Visual Aides 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 4 — President; Track 2; 
Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 
3, 4. 



HELEN LOUISE LORD 
22 Granite Road 
Work 

Quiet considerate Helen ... an 
enthusiastic drum corps fan ... en- 
joys bowling and horseback riding 
. . . can be found working as a re- 
ceptionist at the Chateau DeVille . . . 
pet peeve — tardy people. 
Activities: Marshall Squad 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Office 
Aide 2, 3, 4. 



MARILYN JEAN LYONS 

3 Highland Park 

College 

"Marilyn" . . . enjoys baseball and 

basketball . . . plans to be X-Ray 

technician . . . pet peeve — snobs 





JOSEPH JOHN MAGNAN 
10 Second Street 
College 

Mag . . . always well dressed . . . 
enjoys watching all sports . . . works 
at Robert Hall after school . . . pet 
peeve — girls who smoke. 
Activities: Class Board of Directors 
4; Spanish Club 2; Baseball 2; Foot- 
ball 2; Hockey 2; Volleyball 2, 3, 
4; Ski Club 4. 



SHARON JANE LONG 
20 Pleasant Avenue 
Fashion Designing 

Attractive Sharon . . . long auburn 
hair . . . her future is in fashions 
. . . Softball, horseback riding . . . 
you'll find her working at Sears' . . . 
Oh, those fun musicals! ... "Yeah, 
right?" 

Activities: D.E.C.A. 4 — Secretary; Fu- 
ture Homemakers Club 3 — Secretary 
3; Pep Squad 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 
All School Play 2, 3. 





WILLIAM JOSEPH MALIN, JR. 
7 Granite Court 

Tall, nice-looking . . . "Willy" . 
bright smiles and good sense 
humor . . . likes all sports 
ways well-dressed. 



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CLAIR JEROME MANSHIP 

32 Bennett Avenue 
Air Force 

Clay . . . interest in cars . . . basket- 
ball fan . . . found working at the 
Hilltop ... a future in the Air 
Force. 



MARTIN JAMES MANUEL 
29 Oak Point Road 

Service 

Martin . . . interests lie in all sports, 
especially football and baseball . . . 
works at Godfried's . . . plans to 
enter the service . . . pet peeve — 
getting up early. 




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KATHRYN MARGARET 
MARCIANO 

22 Elmwood Avenue 
Business School 
Kathy . . . spectator at al 
and basketball games 
dances . . . always active 
a secretarial career. 



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enjoys 

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EILEEN NANCY MARTIN 
74 Water Street 
College 

"Leenie" . . . constant talker . . . 
warm and friendly . . . loves the 
beach . . . Color Day . . . works at 
Star Market in her spare time. 
Activities: Art Club 4; French Club 
3, 4; Marshall Squad 4; Future 
Teachers Club 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council 2; Guidance Aide 
4; Office Aide 2, 3. 



STEVEN GILBERT MARTIN 
30 Highland Avenue 
College 

Handsome Steve . . . always has a 
"Hi!" for all ... enjoys tinkering 
with cars . . . talented baseball play- 
er .. . one of our lively Sachem In- 
dians. 

Activities: Football 1; Baseball 2, 
3, 4; Visual Aides 3, 4 — Vice Pres. 
4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Student 
Council 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 4— Pres. 





MICHAEL STUART MASON 

91 Great Woods Road 

Undecided 

Michael . . . quiet yet friendly . . 

individualist . . . casual manner 

enjoys all sports. 



DIANE SHARON MARCY 
14 Bennett Avenue 
College 

"Chester" . . . pretty and petite . . . 
Captain of our cheerleaders . . . pop- 
ular . . . endless wardrobe . . . en- 
joys all sports . . . pajama parties 
are great ... a cute little laugh! 
Activities: Student Council 2, 3, 4; 
Usherettes 4; Cheerleader 3, 4 — Cap- 
tain 4; Library Aide 2; Ski Club 4 
— Secretary. 





JOYCE ANN MASTRANGELO 
7 Susan Drive 
College 

Joyce ... a giggler . . . football, 
basketball . . . and hockey . . . parties 
and cars . . . pet peeve — conceited 
people ... "Yeah, right?" 
Activity: Future Teachers Club 2. 



CHERYL ANN McCARRON 
33 Johnson Street 
College 

"Red " ... endless wardrobe . . . 
talented dancer and singer . . . the 
beach, Melrose, the Cape, and her 
green Chevy . . . sure to be a suc- 
cess in the field of entertainment. 
Activities: Class Treasurer 3; Dra- 
matics Club 4; Pep Squad 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Council 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; 
Glee Club 4; All School Play 3; Li- 
brary Aide 2, 3; Ski Club 4. 



ELIZABETH MARIE McCORMACK 
24 Chesnut Street 
Art School 

Betty . . . folk music . . . art classes 
. . . works at Baker's Shoe Store . . . 
pet peeve — prejudiced people.. 
Activities: Art Club 2, 3, 4; French 
Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4— Treasurer 4; Ski Club 4. 




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JANICE ELLEN McGONAGLE 
18 Pinecrest Avenue 
Business School 

Jan . . . gold Mustangs . . . enjoys 
all sports ... an enthusiastic rooter 
at all football games . . . secretarial 
work will follow business school. 
Activities: Class Board of Directors 
2, 3; Pep Squad 2, 3; Sahico Club 4; 
Office Aide 3; Guidance Aide 2, 3. 



MARIE ZELIA McGREGOR 
8 Lawndale Avenue 
Business School 

Marie . . . always laughing . . . foot- 
ball and basketball . . . curbs and 
corners ... pet peeve — knuckle crack- 
ers ... "Seen a sugar bear??" 
Activities: Art Club 4; French Club 
4; Latin Club 4; Pep Squad 2; Ski 
Club 4. 



LINDA ANN McLAUGHLIN 
14 Floyd Street 

Linda . . . sweet smiles . . . makes 
many of her clothes ... a spectator 
at all football games ... her pleas- 
ant personality will take her far. 
Activity: D.E.C.A. 4. 



JAMES REGINALD McNULTY 
46 Churchill Street 
Jim . . . quiet and shy . . . lots of 
red hair . . . likes playing and watch- 
ing football or baseball . . . sure to 
succeed. 





TERRENCE MICHAEL McWADE 

15 Adams Avenue 

College 

Terry . . . bright smiles . . . enjoys 

all sports . . . works part-time as a 

baggage clerk for American airlines 

. . . everybody's friend. 

Activities: Hockey 3, 4; Volleyball 
4. 



BONNIE JEAN HAWKES 
MEEHAN 

133 Walnut Street 
College 

"Grape" . . . sweet and always laugh- 
ing . . . perpetual optimist . . . blush- 
es a bright red . . . secretary of SHS 
chorus ... a future in dramatics. 
Activities: Library Aide 2; Art Club 
4; Marshall Squad 4; National Thes- 
pians 3, 4 — Secretary 4; Dramatic 
Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Senior 
Play 4; All School Play 3, 4; French 
Club 3; Glee Club 1 2, 3, 4— Treas- 
urer 2, Secretary — 3, 4; Vocalette 
4; Tontoquanian Activities Staff 4. 



DONNA MARIE MELCHIONNO 

14 Saugus Avenue 

Business School 

Friendly "Buckwheat" ... a future 

hair-dresser . . . remembers that table 

in sewing . . . can be found at GEM 

... a RED SOX fan ... pet peeve 

— people smoking . . . "Always keep 

laughing." 

Activity: Library Aide 2, 3. 



PATRICIA ANN MENNA 
20 Main Street 
Business School 

"Pat" . . . President of DECA . . . 
likes to watch football and baseball 
. . . plans to be a secretary . . . 
Sears' employee . . . loves food and 
CLOTHES ! ... TALK ! ... pet 
peeve — smoking ... "Right!" 
Activities: D.E.C.A. 4 — President; 
Marshall Squad 4; Pep Squad 2. 




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DAVID GORDON MERCER 
9 Adams Avenue 
College 

Handsome David . . . important as- 
set to S.H.S. band ... an enthusias- 
tic skier . . . likes pizza . . . football 
fan . . . plans to become a lawyer. 
Activities: Volleyball 4; Band 2, 3, 
4; Ski Club 4. 



GAYLE ELLYN MERRITHEW 

7 Martin Street 
College 

Petite Gayle ... a future elementary 
teacher . . . tennis, swimming, and 
bowling rank high . . . loves all 
animals . . . hopes to travel in the 
future. 

Activities: French Club 2, 3, 4; Fu- 
ture Teachers Club 4. 



BERNADINE MILANO 
233' Lynn Fells Parkway 
Cinderella Career and Finishing 
School 

Pretty "Bernie" . . . sweet, smiling, 
and happy . . . loves clothes and 
XKE's . . . enjoys skiing . . . Color 
Day . . . lots of clothes . . . Mel- 
rose. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Sahico 
Club 4 — President; Student Council 
2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4. 



MARK STEPHEN MITCHELL 

110 Walnut Street 

Undecided 

Mark . . . Kane's is the place . . . 

Heck Allen's . . . always eager for 

fun . . . "O.K. Sunshine". 

Activity: Band 2, 3, 4. 






JANET EVELYN MONROE 
15 Round Hill Road 
College 

"Jan" . . . tall and pretty . . . inter- 
ested in art and Spanish . . . spec- 
tator at all SHS football games . . . 
makes many of her beautiful clothes. 
Activities: Future Teachers Club 2, 
3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Art Club 
4 — Secretary 4; Pep Squad 4 — Cap- 
tain; Usherettes 4; Tontoquonian Ac- 
tivities Staff 4. 



JOSEPH ALEXANDER 

MONTEFORTE JR. 
16 Zito Drive 
College 

Tall, tall Monty . . . football, base- 
ball, and basketball interest him . . . 
always friendly ... an exciting col- 
lege life is ahead. 

Activities: Baseball 2; Football 2, 
3, 4; Volleyball 3; Gymnastics 2, 3. 



DAMON CHARLES MOORE 

10 Wilson Street 

College 

Damon . . . combination of good 

looks and intelligence . . . playing 

pool in his spare time . . . green 

Barracudas . . . good sense of humor 

. . . college ahead. 

Activities: French Club 4; National 

Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish Club 

2, 3; Tontoquonian Biography Staff 

4; Volleyball 3; National Thespians 

4; Math Club 4. 



THOMAS NICHOLAS MOORE 

3 Summit Avenue 

Trade School 

Lively Tommy . . . known for his 

part in the Senior play . . . likes 

football and baseball . . . hockey 

fan . . . girls . . . motorcycles. 

Activities: Volleyball 2; Senior Play. 







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KENNETH ALFRED MUISE 
31 Houston Avenue 
Easy-going Kenny . . . tall and good- 
looking . . . sports fan . . . found 
working at Heck Allen's Restaurant. 
Activities: Volleyball 3, 4; Library 
Aide 2. 



BRENDA ANN MURGIDA 

175 Hamilton Street 

College 

Bren . . . beautiful black hair . . . 

personality plus . . . pretty clothes 

... talkative ... loves Trig? ... 

works at Stop & Shop. 

Activities: Class Secretary 2; Art Club 

4; Student Council 2, 3; Volleyball 

4; Guidance Aide 4; Office Aide 4; 

Ski Club 4. 



JOHN JOSEPH MURPHY 
34 Beech Street 

John . . . co-captain of our hockey 
team . . . limegold Mustangs . . . 
loves senior life, parties, and vaca- 
tions. 

Activities: Hockey 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 
3, 4; Library Aide 2, 4. 



DENNIS JOSEPH MURRAY 
3 Athens Drive 
Undecided 

Dennis . . . enjoys all sports . . . 
football, track, basketball, and base- 
ball . . . always friendly . . . "Bar- 
ney". 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 
4; Cross Country 3, 4T 






PRISCILLA ESTHER NELSON 
91 Cleveland Avenue 
Business School 

"Cilia" . . . plans a career in book- 
keeping . . . likes Softball and bas- 
ketball . . . loves' Color Day and 
rallies . . . found at all SHS football 
games . . . pet peeve — knuckle crack- 
ing . . . "Yeah, right?" 
Activities: Pep Squad 4; Fashion 
Show 2. 



SUSAN ELLEN NEWBURY 
65 Fairmount Avenue 
College 

Sue . . . plans to be a veterinarian 
. . . enjoys skiing, tennis, and bowl- 
ing . . . FLUTE ... folk music and 
guitar . . . vacations . . . pet peeve — 
tardy people ... "Let me think!!" 
Activities: Dramatic Club 3, 4; Band 
2, 3, 4 — Librarian 2, 3 — Secretary 
4; Ski Club 4; Tontoquonian Biog- 
raphy Staff 4. 



BRUCE LLOYD NICKERSON 
12 Wilson Street 



Friendly "Nick" . . . nice smi'Ie . . . 
an enthusiastic skier . . . enjoys horse- 
back riding . . . football and base- 
ball fan . . . fast cars are his favorites. 
Activities: Art Club 2; Spanish Club 
2, 3; Ski Club 2, 4. 



RICHARD NICOLO 

14 Beachview Avenue 
College 

Good-looking Richie . . . one of our 
super Sachems . . . football enthusi- 
ast ... good sense of humor . . . 
loads of fun. 

Activities: Baseball 3; Football 3, 4; 
Track 2; Volleyball 2, 3, 4. 




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JAMES MICHAEL NOCE 

58 Adams Avenue 
Business School 

Friendly "Nooch" . . . good looks, 
and nice clothes . . . football, base- 
ball, and hockey fan . . . loves all 
Italian food ... "That's close!" 
Activities: DECA 4; Student Council 
2; Football 2; Volleyball 3, 4; Ski 
Club 4; Bowling 2. 



LINDA MARIE NOVICK 

26 Dudley Street 

Secretarial School 

Linda . . . conscientious student . . . 

loves Chinese food . . . bowling, 

swimming, and tennis . . . makes 

many of her clothes . . . will make 

a fine secretary. 

Activities: Future Homemakers Club 

2, 3; Marshall Squad 4; Pep Squad 

2, 3, 4; Fashion Show 2. 



CHRISTINE ANN O'BRIEN 
48 Chestnut Street 
College 

"Chris" . . . likes to watch football 
and basketball . . . loves to play foot- 
ball . . . fast cars and good friends 
. . . found working at Liggett's soda 
fountain. 



PAUL BARRY ODONNELL 

467 Central Street 

Tall O'de . . . likes any kind of 

sports . . . football . . . fast cars 

. . . enjoys dancing. 

Activity: Football 2, 3, 4. 





DORIS JEAN OLDFORD 

8 Talbot Street 

Work 

Warm, friendly Dorrie . . . Quiet 

manner ... a very talented piano 

player . . . Football and Baseball fan 

. . . Dislikes those who walk slowly 

in the corridors. 

Activities: Future Homemakers Club 

2; Marshall Squad 4; Sahico Club 

4; Tontoquonian Advertising Staff 

4; Glee Club 3; Office Aide 2, 3, 4. 




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VICTORIA ANN OSBORNE 

100 Winter Street 

Business School 

Vickie . . . long, long, red hair . . . 

enjoys football and baseball . . . 

works at G.E.M. . . . pet peeve — 

two-faced people. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 



THOMAS HENRY O'SHEA 

6 Mclntyre Road 

College 

Tom . . . plans to study architectural 

engineering . . . likes golf, hockey 

and baseball . . . racing car enthusiast 

. . . works at the Colonial . . . "get 

away!" 

Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 

2; Hockey 2; Volleyball 3, 4. 



THOMAS PETER OZAHOWSKI 

5 Biscayne Avenue 
College 

"OzEie" . . . plans a career in en- 
gineering . . . MATH . . . loves ski- 
ing and pool . . . Saugus Drive-In 
. . . pet peeve — girls who smoke . . . 
"Hit the Slopes!" 

Activities: Dramatics Club 4; Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Volley- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Senior Play; 
Library Aide 2; Ski Club 4. 




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ROBERT EDWARD PAGLIARULO 
50 Oaklandvale Road 
College 

Lively Pag . . . always ready for 
fun . . . distinctive dresser . . . witty 
and friendly . . . enjoys all sports. 
Activities: Art Club 2, 3, 4 — Secre- 
tary; Volleyball 3, 4; Ski Club 4; 
Gymnastics 2, 3, 4. 



PHYLLIS HELEN PALUMBO 

33 Westford Street 
Business School 

"Phyll" . . . likes football, baseball, 
and sewing . . . plans to be an ac- 
countant . . . Stop & Shop ... pet 
peeve — waiting for people 
"Scrunch?" 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Sahico 
Club 4; Office Aide 2, 3, 4. 



HENRY JOHN PAOLINI, JR. 

74 Forest Street 
College 

Tall Henry . . . good looking . . . 
Basketball and more basketball . . . 
great sense of humor . . . pet peeve — 
Blondes. 

Activities: Audio Visual Aides 2; 
Spanish 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volley- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4. 



GEORGE PARIS 
29 Clinton Avenue 
College 



a special interest in Eng- 
enjoys record collecting, 



George 
lish . . 

bowling, football and baseball 
pet peeve — people with pet peeves 
... a future lawyer. 
Activities: Latin Club 2. 





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DONNA JEAN PARK 
6 Harrison Avenue 
College 

Donna . . . cute . . . and quiet . . . 
makes her own clothes . . . enjoys 
football and hockey . . . pet peeve — 
crowded corridors . . . "Are you 
kidding?" 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3 — Sec- 
retary 3; National Honor Society 3, 
4; Usherettes 4. 



EDWARD FRANCIS PATCH 

75 Summer Street 
College 

Eddie . . . always joking . . . captain 
of our football team . . . talented 
hockey player . . . sure to be a suc- 
cess. 

Activities: Class Board of Directors 
4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4 
— Captain; Volleyball 3; Student 
Representative for Brotherhood 4. 



JOANNE MARIE PEDI 
22 Seagirt Avenue 



Smiling Joanne . . . naturally friend- 
ly . . . short black hair and dark eyes 
. . . always willing to help . . . en- 
joys all SHS sports ... a nice ward- 
robe and matching shoes. 
Activities: Art Club 4; Future Teach- 
ers Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3; Span- 
ish Club 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 2, 3, 4; 
Tontoquonian Business Staff 4. 



MARSHA ELAINE PERRY 
6V2 Charlotte Road 
Dietician 

Marsha . . . likes riding, baseball, 
and soccer . . . works at Sears' em- 
ployee's cafeteria . . . "You'll get 
over it!" 
Activity: Future Homemakers Club 2. 




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WILLIAM ALBERT PERRY 

28 Arcadia Avenue 

Undecided 

"Bill" . . . likes football, basketball, 

and horseshoes . . . Food and Pon- 

tiacs . . . CARS . . . Cap's Auto Parts 

. . . DOORS ... pet peeve — Chevies 

. . . "Howdy!" 

Activity: Radio Club 2. 



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CHRISTINE LOUISE PIGEON 

74 Essex Street 

College 

"Tina" . . . petite . . . pale blonde 

hair . . . transfer from Indiana . . . 

horseback riding, skiing, and driving 

. . . plans to teach dramatics . . . 

"oops". 

Activities: Dramatic 3, 4; Pep Squad 

3; All School Play 2, 3, 4; One Act 

Play 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 

3, 4; National Thespians 3, 4. 



CAROL ANNE POGSON 
109 Fairmount Avenue 
Secretarial School 

Carol . . . loves water skiing, tennis, 
skating and swimming . . . S.H.S. 
dances . . . hates getting up morn- 
ings "What can I say". 
Activities: Art Club 2; Future Home- 
makers Club 2; Pep Squad 4. 





GAYLE ROBIN PROCOPIO 

11 Forest Street 

College 

Gayle ... a great asset to SHS . . . 
plans a teaching career for the future 
. . . success will be with her always 
. . . combination of ambition and in- 
telligence ... a smile for all. 
Activities: Art Club 4; French Club 
3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4— Vice-President 
4; Spanish Club 4; Tontoquonian 
Biography Staff 4; Office Aide 4. 



CLAUDIA JANE PHEULPIN 
62 Winter Street 
Business School 

Peppy Claudia . . . enjoys cheering 
at basketball games . . . loves to 
dance . . . works at Rook's Credit 
Office after school . . . future secre- 
tary ... "I couldn't be bothered." 
Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Sahico 
4; Cheerleader 3, 4 — Captain 4; 
Fashion Show 2, 3. 




KENNETH EDWARD PROUT 
29 Stone Street 
Prep School 

Ken . . . enjoys horseback riding, 
food, and FUN . . . works at the 
Colonial after school ... an en- 
thusiastic sports fan. 



ALBERT WILLIAM PULVER II 
356 Lynn Fells Parkway 
College 

Al ... a great sense of humor . . . 
enjoys baseball, cross country, and 
BASKETBALL . . . Maine . . . fun- 
loving always. 

Activities: Audio Visual Aides 3, 4; 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Volleyball 2, 3, 4— Captain 3; Cross 
Country 2, 3, 4. 



LAWRENCE FRYE REID 
24 Parker Street 
Prep School 

Albino . . . always joking and laugh- 
ing ... a sharp dresser . . . football 
and hockey fan . . . found working 
after school at Larry's Gas Station. 
Activities: Hockey 2, 3; Volleyball 
3, 4 — Co-Captain; Library Aide 2. 




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CHRISTINE LEE REYNOLDS 
7 Biscayne Avenue 
College 

Funloving Chris . . . always on the 
go ... enjoys basketball, baseball, 
and waterskiing . . . PJ. parties . . . 
paper flowers . . . our own little 
white rabbit. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 4; Pep 
Squad 2; Spanish Club 3; Student 
Council 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Soft- 
ball 4; Volleyball 4. 



GAIL ANN RICH 
60 Central Street 
Business School 

Friendly, bubbling Gail . . . Lively 
cheerleader . . . likes sewing and 
painting . . . thinks Marines are 
tops . . . works at the Cinema . . . 
likes all the fun at SHS. 
Activity: Cheerleader 3, 4. 



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KENNETH JAMES RILEY 
34 Riverbank Road 
College 

Good-natured Ken . . . horseback 
riding, and water skiing . . . works 
at First National ... a future in en- 
gineering . . . pet peeve — boots . . . 
"That's Close!" 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Radio Club 2; Baseball 2; 
Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 



WANDA IRENE RINGENWALD 
8 Jefferson Avenue 
College 

Tall, friendly Wanda . . . pretty long 
hair . . . great love for horses . . . 
football fan . . . collegiate life ahead. 
Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Art 
Club 4; Glee Club 2. 





ROGER ALBERT RYDER 
7 Cliff Street 
College 

Amiable Roger ... a sports enthus- 
iast . . . aviation engineering is in his 
future . . . pet peeve — people who 
smoke in cars when all the windows 
are closed . . . "Who fell off the 
gymnastic rings??" 

Activities: Football 3, 4; Gymnastics 
2, 3, 4; Cross Country. 



DIANE ELAINE ST. CLAIRE 
40 Bow Street 
Business School 

Sophisticate, well-dressed Diane . . . 
enjoys all sports . . . Color Day and 
vacations are great . . . will make a 
fine secretary . . . pet peeve — Mon- 
days . . . "Really?" 
Activities: Art Club 3, 4; Pep Club 
2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4. 



CAROL SALERNO 

105 Adams Avenue 

Junior College 

Peppy Carol . . . large, 

eyes . . . football fan . 

become a bookkeeper 

bowling and working . . 

— people who bite their nails. 

Activity: DECA 4. 



RONALD CHARLES SANDERS 

25 Central Street 

Navy 
expressive Ronnie . . . always friendly . . . likes 

plans to to ski ... baseball and football are 

. . enjoys his favorites . . . pet peeve — girls 

pet peeve who chew gum . . . "Rip !" 

Activities: Spanish Club 4; Ski Club 

3,4. 




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PAUL DAVID SANTONELL 
179 Water Street 
College 

"Spanky" . . . excells in musical 
fields . . . plans a career in music 
. . . noted for his role in "Lil" Ab- 
ner" ... an unusual laugh. 
Activities: Dramatics Club 3, 4; Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4; Vocalette 3, 4; All 
School Play 3, 4. 



JOSEPH ANTHONY SAVASTA 
15 Horton Street 
College 

"Joe" ... a future electrical en- 
gineer . . . swimming, cross country, 
and volleyball are his pastimes . . . 
BASKETBALL . . . 
Activities: Latin Club 2, 3; Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 
2, 3, 4. 



LINDA JEAN SCANZILLO 
14 Riverside Court 
Junior College 

Warm and friendly Linda . . . beauti- 
ful long hair . . . our favorite Cinema 
cashier ... The sky will be the 
limit as she follows a career in the 
airlines. 



ROBERT WILLIAM SCARPA 
1643 Broadway 
Mechanics School 

Tall, good-looking Bob ... BOOTS 
. . . baseball, football, and drag races 
. . . pet peeve — conceited people . . . 
"It all depends on how you look at 

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JOAN NANCY SEABOYER 
27 Westford Street 
College 

Joan . . . witty and fun-loving . . . 
loves skiing and tennis . . . enjoys 
baseball and football . . . sincere and 
intelligent . . . annoyed by people 
who keep her waiting. 
Activities: Future Homemakers Club 
2 — Vice Pres. 2; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Sahico Club 4; Usher- 
ettes; First Lieutenant 4; Guidance 
Aide 2, 3; Ski Club 4. 



ALISON MARIA SEMINERIO 
11 Diane Drive 

College 

"Al" . . . likes reading and folk 
music . . . GUITARS . . . shades of 
purple . . . plans to be a teacher of 
the handicapped . . . friendly. 
Activities: French Club 3, 4 — Treas. 
3; Latin Club 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Octette 3; Vocalette 4; 
Glee Club 3, 4— Vice Pres. 4; All 
School Play 3, 4; Senior Play. 



LINDA JEAN SHAW 

4 Pamela Road 

Business School 

"Linda" . . . watching basketball . . . 

cute and petite . . . plans to be a 

legal secretary . . . tennis, football 

and hockey . . . PIZZA ! . . . "Do 

It!" 

Activities: Sahico Club 4; Library 

Aide 2; Office Aide 3, 4; Fashion 

Show 2. 



DONNA MARIE SHAY 
16 Lodge Avenue 
College 

Donna . . . pretty and well-dressed 
. . . enjoys snow skiing . . . Bou- 
tiques ... a Touraine's sales girl 
. . . sure to find success. 
Activities: Tontoquonian Biography 
Staff 4; Guidance Aide 4; Ski Club 
4. 





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SUSAN ALTA SHUCKRA 
34 Tuttle Street 
College 

Sue . . . plans on a teaching career 
. . . "Chemistry" . . . works at Bos- 
ton Baby . . . "Rockin Robin !" ... 
Trig?? 

Activities: Art Club 2; Dramatic 2; 
Marshall Squad 2; Pep Squad 2. 



PETER EDMUND SIMONSEN 
8 Puritan Road 
College 

Peter . . . enjoy sports . . . important 
member of SHS football squad . . . 
always found around the V.A. room 
. . . our yearbook advertising editor 
. . . college life ahead. 
Activities: Audio Visual Aides Sec- 
retary; Tontoquonian Associate Edi- 
tor 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Senior Play, 
Thespians 2, 3, 4 — President 4. 



BARBARA LEWELLYN SMITH 

55 Main Street 

"Barb" . . . enjoys horseback riding 
and swimming . . . enthusiastic foot- 
ball fan . . . fascinated by photog- 
raphy in which she plans a career. 



DARLENE MARIE SMITH 

36 Palmetto Street 

College 

Darlene . . . important member of all 

field hockey, Softball, and basketball 

games . . . playground instructor 

. . . loves the beach ... a future 

teacher. 

Activities: Future Teachers 3, 4 — 
Vice Pres. 3, 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Soft- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4— 
Co-Captain 4; Girls' Club Program 
Chairman 4. 





GEORGE HAROLD SMITH, JR. 
18 Birchbrook Avenue 

College 

Good natured George . . . quiet and 

friendly . . . football is his favorite 

sport. 

Activity: Football 2, 3. 



KEVIN THOMAS SMITH 

16 Fabens Street 
College 

Kevin . . . likes all sports . . . base- 
ball . . . football . . . basketball . . . 
a coin collector . . . pet peeve — 
crowded corridors. 



PAUL CALVIN SMITH 
51 Hobson Street 
College 

Paul . . . tall . . . friendly 
free . . . enjoys any kind 
... a smile for all. 



SUZANNE IRENE SMITH 

263 Lynn Fells Parkway 

College 
. . . care- "Suzy" . . . plans a future in journal- 

of sport ism or teaching . . . football games 

Pleasure Island . . . always 

friendly. 

Activities: Art Club 2; Dramatic 
Club 2, 3; Future Teachers Club 4; 
Tontoquonian Biography Staff 4. 



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PATRICIA GAIL SORENSON 
6 Breakheart Road 
Business School 

"Alice" . . . long blonde hair . . . 
vacations in Maine . . . sincere and 
popular . . . works at the Cinema . . . 
loyal supporter of all SHS sports. 
Activities: Class Board of Directors 
3; Marshall Squad 4; Volleyball 4; 
Ski Club 4 — Treas. 4. 



WILLIAM SPADAFORA 
122 Lynn Fells Parkway 
College 

Billy ... a combination of friendli- 
ness and intelligence . . . witty . . . 
science and rockets . . . definitely 
on the road to success. 
Activities: Latin Club 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Math Club 4; 
Senior Play. 



NORMAN CHARLES SPENCE 
19 Dreeme Street 
College 

"Norm" . . . plans to be an engineer 
. . . enjoys all sports . . . president 
of the band . . . Miss Taps ? ... 
pet peeve — themes . . . "All right!" 
Activities: Student Council 4; Band 

2, 3, 4 — President 4; Dance Band 

3, 4; Ski Club 4. 



LOUISE MARY SPENCER 
21 Columbus Avenue 
Business School 

Lou . . . pretty and well-liked . . . 
long brown hair . . . Rockport, pa- 
jama parties, and Brigham's . . . en- 
joys basketball . . . vibrant person- 
ality. 

Activities: Dramatic Club 2; Future 
Homemakers Club 3; Pep Squad 2, 3; 
Student Council 4; Library Aide 2, 3; 
Volleyball 4. 





MARIA GRACE SPENCER 
8 Bacon Drive 

College 

Tall, attractive Maria . . . pretty 
hair . . . thoughtful and friendly 
. . . our striking twirling captain . . . 
intelligence and poise . . . band trips 
and basketball. 

Activities: French Club 3, 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Student 
Council 1; Usherettes 4; Tontoquon- 
ian Business Staff 4; Baseball 2, 3, 
4; Twirler 2, 3, 4 — Captain 4; Glee 
Club 1, 2; All School Musical 1; 
Girls' Club Secretary-Treasurer 2, 
Vice President 3, President 4. 



MELINDA CAMERON SPOFFORD 

44 Auburn Street 

Business School 

Attractive Melost . . . short blonde 

hair . . . enjoys watching basketball 

. . . pet peeve — Monday mornings 

. . . "Hey listen, never let it bother 

you !" 

Activities: Class Secretary 3; Pep 

Squad 2, 3; Volleyball 4; Office 

Aide 2; Ski Club 4. 



NANCY JEAN STANTON 

8 Fabens Street 

Business School 

Nancy . . . pretty blue eyes . . . 

friendly to all ... likes many sports 

. . . enjoys the SHS activities . . . 

will be an asset to the business world. 



MICHAEL LEO STEELE 

17 Fairchild Avenue 

College 

"Mike" . . . plans to be an MD . . . 

traveling, swimming, and dances . . . 

PARTIES . . . Colorado in summer 

. . . football and basketball . . . "Ya, 

all right!" 

Activities: Dramatic Club, — Vice 

President 4; French Club 2; Latin 

Club 2; Latin Club 3, 4,— President 

4; Tontoquonian Activities Staff 4; 

Ski Club 4. 




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JUDITH CECELIA STRUZZIERO 
15 Milano Drive 
College 

"Judy" . . . short hair . . . SHS foot- 
ball . . . enjoys volleyball, baseball, 
and swimming . . . loves clothes . . . 
homemaker . . . pet peeve — show offs 
. . . "Just for you!" 
Activities: Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 
3; Usherettes 4. 



THOMAS WILLIAM SURETTE 
71 Summer Street 

Tom . . . plans to become a police- 
man in the future . . . enjoys foot- 
ball . . . listening to musical groups 
. . . works at Zayre's toy department. 



CATHY LOUISE SYLVIA 
5 Dighton Street 
IBM School 

Cathy . . . likes field hockey, gym 
and Donkey-ball . . . "I'll walk 
home!" . . . football and Softball 
. . . "It's gotta make sense." 
Activities: Future Homemakers Club 
2; Marshall Squad 2; Basketball 2, 
3, 4— Co-Captain 3; Softball 3, 4; 
Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Band 2; Office 
Aide 3, 4. 



GEORGE EDWARD TEEHAN 
6 Denver Street 
College 

"Tweedle de dum" . . . winning 
smile . . . track and cross country 
. . . "Speed" is his middle name. 
Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Cross 
Country 2, 3, 4. 






DIANE LEE THOMPSON 

192 Walnut Street 

College 

Diane ... a quick smile . . . "Hi !" 

. . . loves painting, drawing, and 

sewing . . . football and hockey . . . 

Archer Kent. 

Activities: Art Club 3, 4; Dramatic 

Club 4; Pep Squad 3, 4; Volleyball 

4; Library Aide 2; Ski Club 4. 



ROBERT WILLIAM THURELL 

68 Chestnut Street 

College 

Ernie . . . tall, handsome, and athletic 

. . . Football, football, football . . . 

bikie ... a fun loving nature. 

Activity: Football 2, 3. 



JUDITH ANN TIBBETTS 
42 Bennett Avenue 
College 

Vibrant, fun-loving, Judy . . . hockey 
and touch football . . . Liggett's drug 
store . . . laughing and joking . . . 
always a quick "HI!" 
Activities: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Art Club 4; Ski Club 4; Pep Squad 
3; Dramatics Club 3, 4; All School 
Play 3, 4; Senior Play — Stage Man- 
ager; Student Council 3, — Vice-Pres.; 
Office Aide 1; Guidance Aide 4; 
Tontonquonian Biography Staff 4. 



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HELEN ANN TIEDT 
1 Eaton Avenue 
College 

Lively and athletic Helen 
found at any sports event 
ture nurse . . . likes to watch foot- 
ball and basketball . . . loves choco- 
late cake ... "I know!" 
Activities: Dramatic Club 2, 4; 
French Club 2, 4; Future Nurses 
3, 4 — Program Chairman 3; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Tontoquonian Business 
Staff 4; Basketball 3, 4; Softball 2, 
3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4 — Manager 3; 
Glee Club 4; Office Aide 2, 3, 4. 




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ADRIANNE MARIE TRUDEAU 

13 Hampstead Street 

Hairdressing School 

Cute Trudy . . . loves to sew . . . 

dancing . . . bowling ... a SHS 

football spectator . . . may be found 

working at Star Market. 

Activity: DECA 4. 



PAUL ANTHONY TRUDEAU 

14 Brookfield Lane 

College 

Paul . . . enjoys watching hockey . 

loves to ski any winter weekend . 

swimming . . . riding in Corvairs. 

Activity: Volleyball 2, 3. 




JOANNE VALASUNAS 

13 Laurine Road 

Jo ... petite and cute . . . always 

on the go . . . spectator at all SHS 

sports events . . . loves vacations . . . 

"Hey, listen!" 

Activities: Student Council 1, 2; 

Class Board of Directors 2, 3; Art 

Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Pep 

Squad 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 4. 



CORINNE ANN TOMEO 
1 Summer Drive 
College 

Pretty Corinne . . . "That's two n's 
and one r" ... future math or 
French teacher . . . dislikes gym . . . 
obviously adores clothes . . . class 
plays and musicals . . . Violet. 
Activities: French Club 3, 4 — Secre- 
tary 3, President 4; Pep Squad 3; 
Usherettes 4; Glee Club 3; All 
School Play 4; Senior Play; National 
Honor Society 3, 4. 




NICHOLAS PETER TSAKERES 
261 Walnut Street 
College 

"Nicky" . . . tennis and dramatics 
are his big interests . . . enjoys lis- 
tening to modern music . . . works at 
Friendly* s Ice Cream . . . eager for 
action . . . pet peeve — critics. 
Activities: Dramatic Club 2; All 
School Play 2. 



CHRISTINE EMMA VENTI 
481 Central Street 
College 

Chris . . . football and tennis fan . . . 
plans to become a teacher . . . pet 
peeve — two-faced people . . . happi- 
ness personified . . . "Good Heav- 
ens !" 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Office 
Aide 2, 3, 4. 



EILEEN ELIZABETH TOOMEY 

169 Essex Street 

Junior College 

Attractive Eileen . . . unusual laugh 

. . . interest in horseback riding and 

skiing . . . loves to talk . . . pet 

peeve — tardy people . . . "O.K. 

Guys!" 

Activity: Pep Squad 2. 




WILLIAM ROBERT UNDERHILL 

26 Morton Avenue 

College 

"Bill" . . . plans to be a teacher 

. . . Cross Country and Track . . . 

watches football, basketball, and 

hockey . . . DANCES ! ... pet peeve 

— tardy people . . . "Push up and 

in!" 

Activities: Latin Club 4; Track 2, 

4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4. 





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LAWRENCE EDWARD 

VIGNEAUX JR. 
30 Stone Street 
College 

Handsome Larry ... a future civil 
engineer . . . likes bowling, football 
and basketball . . . talks, talks, talks 
. . . works at Eastern Tool and Stamp 
Company. 

Activities: Football 2; Baseball 2, 3; 
Band 2; Bowling Club 2; Cross 
Country 2. 



JAMES VICTOR WALKER 
1 Saville Street 
Trade School 

"Jim" . . . likes hockey, water ski- 
ing, and baseball . . . plans to be 
a jet mechanic . . . pet peeve — 
people who brag. 



DEAN THOMAS WARD 
12 Oak Point Road 
College 

Dean . . . plans a career in chemistry 
. . . likes baseball and basketball . . . 
Jolly Jorges' . . . especially likes 
dances, food . . . pet peeve — busy 
signals! 



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LIANE NANCY WARD 
18 Jasper Street 
Business School 

Liane . . . cute, petite, always friend- 
ly ... enjoys sewing . . . football 
and baseball . . . adores blue con- 
vertibles . . . future airline steward- 
ess. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Ski Club 4; 
Sahico Club 4. 



ALFRED VITO 

101 Broadway Avenue 

Undecided 

"Al" . . . enjoys working in the 

shop . . . Cars, Cars, Cars . . . Citgo 

... pet peeve — getting up for school 

. . . "Freed!" 




MADELINE PATRICIA WASSON 
10 Sterling Avenue 
College 

"Maddie" . . . plans to be a journalist 
. . . likes football and hockey . . . 
TALK ! TALK ! ... North Shore 
Community College . . . likes motor- 
cycles and SENIOR YEAR ... pet 
peeve — conceited boys and Mondays. 
Activities: Art Club 1; Latin Club 
1; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 4; 
Glee Club 1, 2; Library Aide 1. 



VICKI CHERYL WELLS 

18 Hayden Road 

Business School 

"Vicki" . . . plans to be a secretary 

. . . likes swimming, fishing, acting, 

DANCING . . . tobogganing is great 

. . . KANE's . . . PLAYS ... pet 

peeve — lack of courtesy . . . "Daisy 

Mae!" 

Activities: Dramatic Club 2; Pep 

Squad 1; Glee Club 3; All School 

Play 3. 



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MARY ELLEN WETMORE 
6 Crescent Avenue 
College 

Friendly Mary . . . always willing to 
help out ... a loyal football fan ... 
combination of intelligence and sin- 
cerity. 

Activities: French Club 2; Future 
Nurses 2; Future Teachers 4. 




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MARCIA JEAN WHALEN 
15 Tuttle Street 
Work 

Marcia . . . horseback riding and 
swimming are her pastimes . . . likes 
to watch football and baseball . . . 
Grant's . . . pet peeve — steel wool 
. . . "That's close." 
Activities: DECA 4; Pep Squad 3. 



SANDRA LEE WHEATON 
12 Ruby Road 
Work 

Sandy . . . likes reading and sewing 
. . . loves tomatoes . . . chocolate 
ice cream . . . always a friendly 
smile for all. 

Activities: Dramatic Club 3; Mar- 
shall Squad 4. 



CAROLYN WHELTON 

5 Danforth Avenue 

College 

Friendly Carol . . . quiet manner . . . 

drum corps fan . . . enjoys watching 

football, tennis, and surfing . . . 

loves soft, fluffy sweaters . . . can 

be found working as a waitress at 

the Tumble Inn ... a future nurse. 

Activity: Future Nurses Club 3, 4. 



MARILYN JOYCE WHITE 
120 Howard Street 



"Marilyn" . . . likes sewing and knit- 
ting . . . Red Sox . . . Weekends are 
great . . . GEM . . . friends . . . 
"truthful" . . . future teacher . . . pet 
peeve — crowded corridors. 
Activities: Dramatic Club 3; Future 
Teachers Club 4. 






BONNIE JEAN WOLFE 

26 Highland Avenue 

College 

Bonnie . . . plans to be a nurse . . . 

enjoys swimming, snow and water 

skiing . . . MUSICALS ! . . . loves 

to watch many sports. 

Activities: Dramatic Club 3, 4; Eu- 

clidians 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4— 

Vice President 3, President 4; All 

School Play 3, 4; Library Aide 2; 

Guidance Aide 4. 



LINDA JOY WILLIAMS 

7 Sunnyside Park 
Undecided 

Sincere Linda . . . football, volley- 
ball, and basketball . . . enjoys bowl- 
ing and swimming . . . proms are 
great . . . pet peeve — pool games . . . 
"You'll get over it!" 



NANCY LEE WISHNEUSKY 
11 Daisy Avenue 
Art College 

Nancy . . . enjoys bowling and the 
Drum & Bugle Corps . . . Color 
Day is great . . . interested in art 
and sewing . . . "You gotta be kid- 
ding!" 
Activity: Style Show 2, 3. 



EDWARD JOSEPH WOLFE 

57 Adams Avenue 

College 

Big Ed . . . horseback riding, skiing 

and football are some of his interests 

. . . works at Sub- Villa . . . enjoys 

making pizza. 

Activity: Library Aide 2. 




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JENNIE WOO 
2 Biscayne Avenue 
College 

Smiling, pleasant Jennie . . . beauti- 
ful long black hair . . . nice clothes 
. . . sophisticated . . . giggles often 
. . . will enjoy college life. 
Activities: French Club 2, 3; Latin 
Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 2, 3 — Secretary 2. 



JOAN ANN ZARRELLA 

7 Laurine Road 

Business School 

"Za-rel" . . . sweet, friendly smile 

. . . distinctive voice . . . hockey, 

basketball, and football fan . . . 

Livens up the basketball court with 

her cheers . . . Cinema . . . Color 

Day. 

Activities: Marshall Squad 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4; Sahico Club Secretary 
4; Student Council 4; Cheerleader 3, 
4; Ski Club 4. 



ROBERT PAUL BERTRAND 
9 Johnson Street 
Service 

Bob . . . likes waterskiing, 
boating, and mountain climb- 
ing ... GO-KARTS . . . 
works at Heck Allen's also 
enjoys stock car racing. 



JOHN CHARLES 
DeFRANZO 

7 Palmer Avenue 
John . . . likes cars and more 
cars . . . plays football and 
baseball . . . pet peeve — peo- 
ple who are always late. 



PAUL JAMES DOMINGUE 

108 Winter Street 

Art School 

Well-liked Paul . . . interested 

in art and modern jazz ... car 

and cycle enthusiast . . . plans 

to be an automotive designer. 



DONALD ANTHONY 

FALASCA 
42 Richard Street 
Donald . . . loves all kinds 
of cars and motorcycles . . . 
a guitar teacher in his spare 
time . . . "Fresca". 



LINDA DIANNE 
GALLAGHER 

22 Evergreen Street 
Business School 
Sweet Suzie ... a talented 
seamstress . . . loves submarine 
sandwiches ... ice skating 
and tennis ... so sincere . . . 
pet peeve — impatient people. 



DAVID STANLEY 

HARRISON 
12 Osprey Road 
Trade School 

Care-free, easy-going Dave . . . 
cheerful disposition ... al- 
ways smiling . . . enjoys arts 
and crafts. 



KENNETH WAYNE 
JOHNSON 

201 Water Street 
Ken ... a good sense of hu- 
mor . . . known for his many 
colorful vests, always a laugh 
. . . sports fan. 



ALEX MICHAEL JOZSA 
31 Glendale Avenue 

College 

Alex . . . very, very quiet (at 

least in class) . .'. an interest 

in Math . . . sports fan . . . 

college ahead. 

Activity: Radio Club 2. 



NANCY HELEN 
MACOMBER 

22 Grandview Avenue 
Business School 
Friendly Nancy ... a new- 
comer from Lynn . . . plans 
to be a secretary or a beauti- 
cian . . . enjoys bowling and 
swimming . . . loves to dance 
... a football and Red Sox 
enthusiast . . . pet peeve — 
fingernails! 
Activity: Sahico Club 4. 



KEVIN MICHAEL MARTIN 
25 Mountain Avenue 
College 

Kevin . . . school plays and 
plays are great . . . works 
at the First National after 
school . . . Loves vacations 
. . . pet peeve — conceited peo- 
ple. 

Activities: Audio Visual Aides 
3; Basketball 2; Library Aide 
2. 



JAMES EDMOND 

MORDANT 
48 Boulder Road 
Service 

Jimmy . . . enthusiastic about 
many sports, especially football 
. . . currently in construction 
work . . . bothered by con- 
ceited girls. 

Activities: Football 2, 3; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 
4; Senior Play; Ski Club 4. 



CHARLES PATRICK 

NELSON 
19 Laconia Avenue 
College 

Smart Reb . . . loves those 
biology classes ... can be 
found working at Sherman's 
Market . . . likes the out-of- 
doors . . . fishing and bicycl- 
ing are great . . . "What can 
I say?" 

Activities: Chess Club 4; Ra- 
dio Club 2, 3, 4. 



WALTER ANDREW 
SCHULTZ 

14 Clayton Avenue 
Broadcasting School 
Walter . . . plans a career in 
broadcasting . . . baseball and 
wrestling are great . . . en- 
joys shop ... an usher at the 
Capital theatre. 



NORMAN CHARLES 
STOCKWELL 

10 Vine Street 
Undecided 

Norman . . . likes cars, swim- 
ming, and football ... a life- 
guard during the summer . . . 
"How about that?" 
Activity: Football 3. 



CHRISTINE LOUISE SULLO 

36 Newhall Street 
College 

Chris . . . hopes to become a 
social worker . . . enjoys foot- 
ball and baseball . . . pet peeve 
— gum chewers. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Li- 
brary Aide 2, 3. 



MARK ARNOLD 
WETHERBEE 

328 Lynn Fells Parkway 
Trade School 

Mark . . . cars, cars, cars . . . 
mechanically inclined 
sports enthusiast . . . dislikes 
getting up in the morning. 



DAVID STERLING 

WHITTREDGE 
91 Walnut Street 
Dave ... a hockey fan ... in- 
terest in cars and motorcycles 
... a gasoline attendant after 
school . . . "Bic". 



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RUTH SHERWOOD Janet Monroe 

EILEEN SHERWOOD Sandra Gudaitis 

JENSEN Edward Graham 

A PAIR OF DRUNKS Chester Bejtlich, Tomas Ozahowski 

LONIGAN James Carter 

THE WRECK Thomas Moore 

MR. FLETCHER Damon Moore 

HELEN WADE Alison Seminerio 

FRANK LIPPENCOTT Chester Bejtlich 

CHIC CLARK Alan Erickson 

VIOLET SHELDON Corinne Tomeo 

MRS. WADE Bonnie Meehan 

ROBERT BAKER Peter Simonsen 

ADMIRALS Tomas Ozahowski, William Spadafora, 

Damon Moore, Chester Bejtlich 

WALTER SHERWOOD Frederick Kappa 

CONSUL Nelson Chang 

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Class of 1969 

ADVISORS 

Harold Musgrave 
Elizabeth Arribea 

Officers 

Pres.: Paul Kavalchuk 
Vice Pres.: Wayne Wetherbee 
Sec: Susan Niles 
Treas.: Pamela Howell 

Board of Directors: 

Ann Anzalone 
Kathleen Barressi 
Anne Connaughton 
Nancy Conrad 
Linda Maghakian 



E-02 

Row 1: Ralph Perrotta, John Knickle, Linda 
Landry, Eric Dearstyne, Catherine Schirl, John 
Frederick, Daniel Rossetti. 

Row 2: Paul Kavalchuk, Linda Gignac, Ronald 
Coron, Mallory Maloney, Robert McCormack, 
Jane Osgood, Michael Boulgier. 
Row 3: Steven Anderson, Dennis Howell, Chris- 
tina Cahill, Thomas Mills, Julia Plassman, Dana 
Perham, Herbert Wood. 





E-05 

Row 1: Robert Glazer, Joseph Coletti, William 
Lampros, Cheryl Marquis, Richard Hussey, Den- 
nis Roy, Stephen Pescatore. 

Row 2: Richard Spence, Jacqueline Clancy, Kerry 
McWade, Dianne Powell, John Desloges, Linda 
Landry, James McGarry. 

Row 3: Patricia Tibbetts, David Penny, Theresa 
Brown, James Dagenais, Janice Scott, David Kurz, 
Mary Ann Gillis. 



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E-06 

Row 1: Donna Rotondo, John Pesce, Martha Lecaroz, 
John Tracia, Nancy Conrad, Penny Carvel, Verne 
Rupright, Mary Nelson. 

Row 2: Nancy Winton, Robert Miller, Christine Pria- 
gala, Lawrence Andrews, Mary Duplisea, William 
Hynes, Cynthia Martin, Louis DeSouza, Phyllis South- 
ard. 

Row 3: Andrew Boles, Karen Shepherd, Wallace Mc- 
Kenzie, Christine Golden, Jeffrey Cushing, Patricia 
Bowen, Robert Gontarz, Debra Toner. 





E-07 

Row 1: Marjorie Goodwin, Elizabeth Dormer, Joseph 

Pellegrino, Anne Connaughton, Albert Polese, Phyllis 

Haley, Carleen Nicholson. 

Row 2: Donald Mitchener, Sheila Buckless, Robert 

McLoughlin, Duana Le May, James Anganis, Bonnie 

McClintock, Roy Bourgeois, Karen Traverse. 

Row 3: Carole Witten, Daniel Picariello, Robin Berry, 

Robert Ducott, Jane Shipulski, Michael Russo, Lo- 

rainne Prout, Joseph Gould. 



E-08 

Row 1: Dale Mantor, Kenneth Saccone, Eileen Mc- 
Garvey, Mary Harrington, Leslie Radler, Daniel Mc- 
Neil, Michael Chiulli, Alan Cuddi. 
Row 2: Stephen Moccia, Janet Busalacchi, Patrick 
Ventrice, Susan Niles, Robert Grant, Donna Ducott, 
Nicholas Spinelli, Karen Cochrane. 
Row 3: Francis Quartarone Sharon Nichols, James 
Landry, Debra Little, Stephen Anthony, Karen Sienke- 
wicz, Michael Valovanie, Ruth Berrett, Alfred Diotte. 




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E-09 

Row 1: Jane Nagle, Leslie Crowell, Leona Loi- 
selle, Harold Patch, Donna Rand, William Grif- 
fith, Maria Calcagno, Leo Archambault. 
Row 2: Kenneth Buckless, Darlene Uga, Britt 
Johnson, Carolyn McNeill, Dana McPhee, Kath- 
ryn Nicosia, Thomas Quinlan, Karen Simonson. 
Row 3: Linda Bennett, Kevin Marston, Kristine 
Cooper, Warren Mohr, Deborah Dumblauskas, 
John NovickT, Nancy Wolfe, Stephen Staffier. 



E-10 

Row 1: Lisa Moses, Frederick Paris, Rosalie 
Fazio, Robert Jordan, Linda Lombardo, Thomas 
Armao, Cathleen Vient. 

Row 2: Jean Siraco, Rodney LaVoie, Patricia 
Heidebrecht, William Grout, Linda Whyte, Rich- 
ard Marsh, Kathleen Dunham. 
Row 3: John Burke, Patricia Craik, Steven Lan- 
ney, Carol Calkins, Edward Walsh, Michele O'- 
Brien, Robert Samms. 





E-ll 

Row 1: Charles Sampson, Judith Walsh, Linda 
Skerry, Steven Lawrence, Wendy Melillo, Herbert 
Martin, Diane Duval. 

Row 2: Linda Maguire, James Armstrong, Helen 
Merrithew, Garry Waitte, Pamela Candia, Mark 
Renda, Louise Reczek, David Colpitts. 
Row 3: Edward Allan, Cynthia Long, Bruce Bur- 
sey, Paula Creamer, Stephen Paolini, Laurel O'- 
Brien, Ronald Joyce, Mary Home. 



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E-12 

Row 1: Carolyn Zarrella, Michael Rossetti, Nelsie 
Thompson, Eugene O'Brien, Diane Forrest, Wayne 
Weatherbee, Linda Bashford. 

Row 2: Janet Johnson, Linda Varney, Patricia Cecere, 
Lillian DeFeo, Daryl Taatjes, Miriam MacLeod, Sus- 
anna Peary, Linda Schaffner. 

Row 3: Douglas Bitton, Nancy Bishop, Louis Fladger, 
Ellen Svenson, Leonard Caruso, Daryl Whitehurst, 
Richard Smith. 





E-13 

Row 1 
Barressi, 
Row 2: 
Matthias, 

Hughes, Roger LeBlanc, Leona Carr. 
Row 3: Donna Ferreira, Paul Doucette, Deborah 
Moore, Richard King, Cynthia Smith, Arnold Wil- 
liams, Cathy Ward, Richard Surrette. 



Patricia Richard, Henry Merrifield, Kathleen 

Philip Aubrey, Cheryl Orifice, Paul Harrison. 

Joseph Panarello, Patricia Ludwig, Robert 

Christine Cuscuna, James Canole, Janice 



E-14 

Row 1: Nancy Whyte, Linda Inserra, Donna Ventola, 

Carl Spencer, Christine Teehan, Louise Anastasi, De- 

nise Folino, Paula Tavernelli. 

Row 2: Linda Cataldo, Francis Black, Vicki Morrison, 

Walter Nadworney, Carol Day, Jean Woods, Joseph 

Williams. 

Row 3: Kerry McWade, Dorothy Swenson, Thomas 

Magnan, Cheryl Parrott, Arthur McClintock, Susan 

Lumsden, Paul O'Donnell, Linda Scannell. 




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E-15 

Row 1: Joseph Donovan, Jean Cundy, John 

Sullivan, Pamela Howell, David Restrict, Linda 

Basanisi. 

Row 2: Louise Rice, Warren Mosher, Joan Judge, 

Jan Buzun, Mary Walsh, Thomas Samuels, Judith 

Meszsaroz. 

Row 3: Wayne Bambury, Sharon Lowell, Richard 

Hanson, Wendy Carr, Raymond Leather, Susan 

Eaton. 



E-16 

Row 1: Marie Inello, Stephen Midgley, Char- 
lotte Edwards, Gary Munsen, Beverly Soriano, 
Peter Klopf, Mary Robleski. 

Row 2: Mollie Whetzel, George Harvey, Judith 
Barber, Richard McCormack, Nancy Orlando, 
Robert Mosher, Christine Moriello. 
Row 3: David Walsh, Patricia Lumsden, Andrew 
Seminerio, Denise Flammia, Gary Lemure, Denise 
Caswell, Daniel Swanson. 





C-15 

Row 1: Angelo Serino, Jane Ballard, Mark Barry, 
John Cardozo, Lynda Charles, Gregory Dugas. 
Row 2: Kerry McWade, Robin DeMauro, Louis 
O'Neil, Marlene Guilmette, Stephen Riley, Caro- 
lyn Rondino. 

Row 3: Julie Mallon, Robert Wilson, Donna 
Kusch, Charles Myles, Michael Lombardi, Janice 
Gianascoli. 



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C-24 

Row 1: Sheila Russell, Patricia Hanlon, Lorraine 
Chapman, Beverly Murray, Kathy Streeter. 
Roiv 2: Richard Carli, Patricia Kornotowski, William 
Robertson, Linda Artemchuk, Stephen Edwards. 
Row 3: Linda Maghakian, Alan Smallman, Janis Dell, 
Robert Lovell, Beverly Pickett, Christopher Agersea. 





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C-25 

Row 2." Jean Sullivan, Sherry Kontos, Christine Perry, 
Patricia Murphy, Linda Frusciante. 
Row 2: Alan MacMunn, Denise Arsenault, Carl Car- 
mosino, Janet Champoux, Dale Robinson, Lucille Mac- 
Leod. 

Roiv 3: Howard Wheeler, Diane DeFuria, Alan Belyea, 
Roxanna Savary, Michael Ahl, June Grasso. 




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Class of 1970 




ADVISORS 

Anthony Dematteo 
Linda Broughton 

Officers 

Pre s.: Steven Angelo 
Vice Pres.: Wayne Trudeau 
Sec: John Robertson 
Treas.: Mary Meuse 

Board of Directors: 

Lois Chapman 
Karen McKenna 
Donna Rossetti 
Madeline Serino 
Denise Harvey 



W-06 

Rou> 1: Paul Pereira, Bernadette LaRocque, Ray- 
mond Barry, Ann Cook, Vincent Duffy, Karen 
Austin, Stephen Geehan, Janice Bowen. 
Row 2: Elaine Nelson, Michael Donegan, Richard 
Souza, Leslie Whetzel, David Dahl, Donna Ros- 
setti, Karl Lovell, Carol Pesce, Frank Brown. 
Row 3- Dolores DeRosa, Leigh Westlake, Norma 
Mears, Philip Smith, Stacey Goodman, Alan 
Amero, Julia Hurll, Ronald Rosenberg, Daryl 
Spadafora, Robert Tilley. 





W-07 

Row 1: Diane Meehan, Delia Pizzotti, David 
Penfield, Lani Gegg, Robert Kelly, Cheryl 1 Ro- 
man, Leslie Newell, Donna Duprey, Marie Brack- 
en. 

Row 2: Sandra Banks, Francis Clapp, Janice To- 
meo, John Stanton, Julie Iwanowicz, John Rob- 
ertson, Linda Chabra, James MacDougall, Diane 
Nicosia, John Miller, Brenda Whyte. 
Row 3: Nancy Deveney, Robert Kane, Audrey 
Lavoie, Paul Giansiracusa, Sandra Phipps, Rex 
Wilkie, Cheryl Boivin, John Tozza, Marilyn Cor- 
son. 



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W-08 

Row 1: Linda Nicolo, Wayne Trudeau, Karen Dy- 
ment, Martha Melanson, Daniel Clark, Diane Stenti- 
ford, Pauline Prezioso, George Wilson, Doreen Grif- 
fin. 

Row 2: Jacklyn Barressi, Anthony Modica, Donna Cop- 
pola, John Newman, Suzanne Brooks, Steven Kenney, 
Janice Thurston, William Rasso, Mildred Johnson, 
Frank Stewart, Brenda White. 

Row 3: Kenneth Girard, Judith LeBlanc, Stephen 
Burke, Debra Countaway, Randy MacDougall, Joanne 
Rowley, William Eichel, Lois Chapman, William 
Peters, Georgianne Isbell. 





W-09 

Row 1: Lynn Johnson, Robert Goodwin, Nargaret 
Pond, Kathleen Brennan, Steven Gove, Rosalie Fuma- 
rola, Faye Levine, Robert Butler, Linda Valeri. 
Row 2: Raymond MacDougall, Nancy Wilson, Dante 
DeFuria, Marlene Barzelay, Paul Nolan, Donna Rus- 
so, John Pescatore, Carol Landrigan, Charles Wishart. 
Row 3: Judith Menna, John Emond, Nancy Grimes, 
Robert Krisiak, Carol Eaton, William Trun, Catherine 
Chapski, William Milward, Kathleen O'Brien. 



W-10 

Row 1: Linda Seelley, Maria Occhipinti, Jean Knep- 
rath, Joanne Devine, George Farnham, Patricia Sulli- 
van, Carla Horton, Nancy Sinden, Catherine Pye. 
Row 2: Jeffrey Pisciotta, April Cross, James Monico, 
Deborah Charles, James Woodman, Mary Bean, Rich- 
ard Orifice, Mary Meuse, David Kulikoski. 
Row 3: Patricia Brown, Steven Conley, Ellen Wishneu- 
sky, James Petkewich, Mary MacDonald, Kenneth 
Underhill, Jane Vandanich, Phillip D'Eon, Patricia 
Flanagan. 




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W-U 

Row 1: Elizabeth Foote, John Sullivan, Kim Hil- 

lis, John Donovan, Deborah Parrott, Robert Cur- 

rie, Denise Benavides, Charlotte Surrette. 

Row 2: Mario Calcagno, Robert Virgin, Linda 

Kerwin, Martin Mascianica, Lisa Shay, Dominic 

Colanton, Rosemarie DiGiacomo, Donald Aleksa, 

Diane Vatcher. 

Row 3: Donald Holmes, Rosemary Milano, Lor- 

ainne Deveau, Ruth Crowell, Joseph Plassman, 

Sherilyn Brown, Ronald Monteforte, Dena Quinn, 

Robert Farren. 



W-12 

Row 1: Mary Longo, Lloyd Kusch, Susan Crema- 
rosa, Mary Perry, Richard Roy, Deborah Faucett, 
Robert Farnham, Karen Struzziero. 
Row 2: Malcolm Macleod, Jane Nordstrom, Mi- 
chael O'Hearn, Mary Hailer, Gary Butt, Cather- 
ine Grout, David Nagle, Carol Chobanian, Wil- 
liam Duplisea, Patricia Jones. 
Row 3: Joyce Brown, Gary Stickney, Sylvia Pul- 
ver, Glen Urquart, Barbara Tedder, Philip Mohr, 
Susan Sarno, Daniel Hohmann, Elizabeth Bean, 
Stephen Bertrand. 





W-13 

Row 1: Norman LeBlanc, Elizabeth Lane, Ar- 
thur Bamford, Charlotte Andrews, Arthur Cara- 
katsane, Janet McLoughlin, Charles Savage. 
Row 2: Keith Crowell, Paula Carlton, Lockhart 
Smith, John Thurell, John Richards, Joseph Pedi, 
Kathleen Iozzo, Frank Gagliardi. 
Row 3: Paula Carlton, Kenneth Walters, Karen 
DeSteuben, Edwin Johnson, Mary Ann Gleason, 
Charles Kajen, Ellen Condon. 



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W-14 

Row 1: Jeanne Bennett, Madeline Senno, Nadine 

Zannino, Paul Calvo, Lynne Cochrane, Richard Conti, 

Anita Mabee, Noreen Bruno. 

Row 2: Stephen Forbes, Marilyn Guscuna, Richard 

DeSisto, Karen Dodge. 

Row 3: William Ashley, Denise Monkewicz, Ernest 

Landry, Marcia Jordan, Ronald Seaboyer, Kathryn 

Mullen, Thomas Vincent, Barbara Penney, Ernest 

Cakounes. 





A-02 

Row 1: Patricia DelNinno, Ronald Atkinson, Janice 

Camplese, Brian Appolini, Denise Harvey, Donald 

Fucillo, Mardell McCarrier, George Salsman. 

Row 2: Joseph Wadleigh, Carol Forte, Anthony Cal- 

lina, Linda Monico, William Sim, Karen Weinbrecht, 

Stephen Beverage, Thea Doucette. 

Row 3: Robert LaVoie, Cheryle Kendall, Gerard 

Hurley, Joanne Perham, Michael DiOrio, Donna Bil- 

lingsley, David Putnam, Kathy Collette, Robert Osgood. 



A-03 

Row 1: Donna Alexander, Edward Couillard, Cather- 
ine DeMarco, Elizabeth Smith, Joanne Colantuoni, 
June Kelloway, Richard Walsh, Dawn Wheaton. 
Row 2: Walter Fuller, Christine Candia, Nicholas 
Otis, Rosanne Raponi, Dennis Brady, Karen McKenna, 
Stanley Sweeney, Ann Harring, Bruce Bain. 
Row 3: Diane Perrett, Michael McLean, Diane Blengs, 
Stephen Murphy, Nancy Dow, David LeBlanc, Alice 
Swett, Richard Dresios, Barbara Nelson. 




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A-04 

Row 1: Paula Digiulio, Stephen Boy, Deborah 
Camarot, Glen Morse, Patricia Hanlon, David 
Waitte, Beverly Forward, George Lasquade. 
Row 2: Joseph Smith, Theresa Sheehan, Alan 
Cotecchia, Sharon Cochrane, Gary Forsythe, Chris- 
tine Davis, Michael Avellino, Patricia Swanson, 
Dexter Pratt. 

Row 3: Esther Betts, David Osgood, Nancy Per- 
kins, Richard Dollard, Kathleen McKay, Charles 
Hudson, Denise Weymouth, Kenneth Matthis, 
Coleen Keller. 



A-05 

Row 1: Mark Brander, Steven Walker, Denise 
Alexander, Theresa Collins, Ralph Tenaglia, De- 
nice Cappucci, Deborah Douglas, Thomas Dom- 
browski, Stephen Cronin. 

Row 2: James Cann, Donna Smith, Steven Angelo, 
Valerie Harrison, William Babcock, June Fuca- 
loro, Robert Rapino, Pamela Dow, Harold Jensen, 
Lyn Sweezey, William Sharp. 
Row 3: Lynda Whalen, Barry McEachem, Martha 
Kelley, James Hurley, Karen Rich, Scott McLer- 
non, Patricia Derome, Richard Paolini, Rita Mc- 
Kenzie, Scott Fyfe. 








A-06 

Row 1: Philip Barbanti, Margaret Picariello, 
Richard DeFronzo, Mary Newhall, Denis Brown, 
Barbara Perrone, Peter Gatti, Susan Stanley, Rich- 
ard Nadeau. 

Row 2: Christopher Dupuis, Linda Meserve, Rob- 
ert Bashford, Virginia Cardarelli, Richard Drosdo- 
wicz, Patricia Souza, Michael Annese, Kathleen 
Ford. 

Row 3: Charles Naso, Barbara Scott, Robert 
Small, Jean Gardner, Harold Sullivan, Jane 
Tewksbury, Richard Faraci, Cynthia Rockhill, Lou- 
is Anthony. 



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C-21 

Row 1: Thomas Carico, Donna Newhall, James 
Thomas, Kathy Robinson, Robert Barrett, Sharon 
Smith. 

Row 2: Richard Roberts, Marguerite Iannelli, Paul 
Locore, Candace Appleby, Wayne Sullivan, Donna Mc- 
Laughlin, Thomas Weddle. 

Row 3: Bonnie Giordano, James Amato, Arlene Bour- 
geois, Edward Jones, Jill Deschene, Glenn Davis, 
Jean Duncan. 






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Tontoquonian 
Editors 

Advisor: Helen F. Towle 




Sharon Keene, Patricia Aleksa, Peter Simonsen, Anne Brescia, Nancy Clayton. 




Seated: Martha Driscoll, Sharon Keene. 

Standing: Janet Monroe, Frederick Flarnmia, Bonnie Meehan. 



Activities 
Staff 

Editor: Sharon Keene 



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Business Staff 

Business Manager: 

Nancy Clayton 




Row 1: Paulette Carli, Nancy Clayton, Frances Deary. 

Row 2: Deborah Gove, Susan Evans, Helen Tiedt, Joanne Pedi, Susan Beverage. 




Biography 
Staff 

Editor: 

Patricia Aleksa 



Row 1: Patricia Aleksa, Susan Beverage, Donna Shay, Dianne Thompson, Joanne Healy, Josephine De- 
Vincenzi, Patricia Burns. 

Row 2: Gayle Procopio, John Chrisos, Susan Newbury, Damon Moore, Suzanne Smith, John Chapman, 
Judith Tibbetts, John Boy. 



Advertising 
Staff 



Editor: 

Peter Simonsen 




Row 1: Joanne Pedi, Doris Oldford, Josephine DeVincenzi, Maria Spencer. 

Row 2: James Condon, Peter Simonson, Michael Steele, George Anderson, Andrew Crotty. 



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Council 



Advisors: 

Robert J. Fraser 
Robert J. Clark 
Helen F. Towle 



OFFICERS: 



Pres.: Richard Loiselle 
Vice Pres.: Joan Judge 
Sec: Susan Beverage 
Treas.: Mary Ann Boyle 




Row 1: Christine Davis, Joan Zarelle, Donna Shay, Charlotte Edwards, Joan Judge, Susan Beverage, 

Richard Loiselle, Mary Ann Boyle, Sharon Keene, Diane Vatcher, Diane Marcy. 

Row 2: Marlene Giulmette, Lawrence Polese, Deborah Toner, Steven Angelo, Katherine Nicosia, 

John Boy, Carol Conners, Christopher Danahy, Lisa Moses, Norman Spence, Janice Camplese, 

Thomas Weddle, Helen Merrithew. 

Row 3: Donna Rossetti, Bernadine Milano, Arthur McClintock, June Grasso, John Plugis, Nancy 

Dow, Stephen Pizzotti, Jane Tewksbury, Paul Kavalchuk, Nancy Bishop, John Chrisos, Joyce 

Erickson, Mary Meuse. 




Row 1: Paulette Carli, Patricia Aleksa, John Boy, Gayle Procopio, Elizabeth McCormack, Darlene 

Smith. 

Row 2: Chester Bejtlich, Nancy Clayton, Paul Kostecki, Sharon Keene, Damon Moore, Donna 

Park, William Spadafora, Susan Beverage. 

Row 3: Josephine DeVincenzi, Joan Seaboyer, Allison Seminerio, Maria Spencer, Corinne Tomeo, 

Helen Lord, Patti Bellitti, Lynne Aronson. 



National Honor 
Society 



Advisor: 

Frances P. Egan 



OFFICERS 

Pres.: John Boy 

Vice Pres.: Gayle Procopio 

Sec: Patricia Aleksa 

Treas.: Elizabeth McCormack 




Row 1: Kenneth Riley, June Grasso, Mary Home, Anne Connaughton, Joan Judge, Beverly Murray, John 

Pesce. 

Row 2: Mary Walsh, Linda Whyte, Debra Little, John Burke, Thomas Quinlan, Carolyn McNeil, Ruth Ber- 

rett, Janice Hughes. 




Career Conference 
Committee 



Donna Shay, Carolyn MacNeill, 
James Condon, Michael Steele, 
Charles Lang. 



Club Presidents 



SENIOR CLUB PRESIDENTS 

Row 1: Sharon Keene, Stephen Pizzotti, Richard Loiselle, 
Christine Kmiec. 

Row 2: Diane LeDrew, Bernadine Milano, John Boy, An- 
drew Crotty, Josephine DeVincenzi, Patricia Menna. 
Row 3: Peter Simonsen, Elizabeth Jerzylo, Steven Martin, 
Maria Spencer, Michael Steele. 





Student Exchange 
Committee 



Row 1: Maria Spencer, Nancy Clayton. 

Row 2: John Boy, Stephen Pizzotti, Richard Loiselle. 



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Girls' Club Cabinet 



Advisor: Isabelle Beauchesne 

OFFICERS: 

Pres.: Maria Spencer 
Vice Pres.: Nancy Bishop 
Sec: Anne Connaughton 
Program: Darlene Smith 
Social: Mary Ann Boyle 





French 
Club 



Roiv 1: Patricia Kornatowski, Joanne Adams, Thomas Carico, Corinne Tomeo, June Grasso, Wendy Carr, Joan Judge, 
Joanne Healy, Denise Harvey, Sheryl Marquis. 

Row 2: Nancy Conrad, Christine Davis, Damon Moore, Sandra Doherty, Janice Hues, Bruce Bursey, Ann Anzalone, Jean 
Sullivan, John Boy, Valarie Harrison. 

Row 3: Paulette Carli, Lillian DeFeo, Patricia Brown, Rita Cuddi, Denise Caswell, Nancy Dow, Maria Spencer, Jan- 
ice Dell, Cheryl Brown, Mary Duplisea, Kathleen Ford. 



Advisor: Lee Goldstein 



OFFICERS: 



Pres.: Corinne Tomeo 
Vice Pres.: June Grasso 
Sec: Wendy Carr 
Treas.: Joan Judge 




Row 1: Faye Levine, Jeffrey Pisciotta, Linda Sherry, Harold Sullivan, Nelsie Thompson. 
Row 2: Karen Siencewicz, Linda Maghakian, Judith Willcox, Kathleen Ward, Jean Sirraco, 
Anne Connoughton. 

Row 3: Cynthia Long, Marie MacGregor, Carolyn MacNeil, Carol Knight, Gayle Procopio, 
Elizabeth McCormack, Kathleen Iozzo. 



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Latin Club 



Advisor: Frances P. Egan 



Row 1: Phyllis Haley, Jean Cundy, Carol DeVito, Denise Folino, Diane LeDrew, Margaret Makalian, Chris- 
tine Reynolds. 

Row 2: Stephen Forbes, Diane Boghanno, Mary Home, George Paris, Elizabeth Jerzylo, Maryanne Gillis, 
Karl Lovell. 

Row 3: Julie Mallon, Mark Perry, Barbara Nelson, Carol Calkins, Patricia Nagle, Dana McPhee, Karen Halt- 
tunen, Bruce Flashenburg. 



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Presidents: 

Elizabeth Jerzylo 
Diane LeDrew 
Richard Marsh 
Michael Steele 



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Row 1: Deborah Douglas, Richard Marsh, Margaret Pond, Barbara Nastari, Jennie Woo, Judith Struzziero, 

Paul Lacore, Eileen McGarvey. 

Row 2: Janet Johnson, John Miller, Anne Connaughtin, Paul Nolan, Karen Traverse, James Hanson, April 

Cross, David Vient, Marilyn Cuscuna. 

Row 3: David Putnam, Karen Shepherd, Leigh Westlake, Ellen Wishneuski, Michael Steele, Jane VanDanich, 

William Underhill, Allison Seminerio, Louis O'Neil. 




Spanish Club 

Advisor: Anthony Poto 
OFFICERS: 



Pres.: Paul Kostecki 

Vice Pres.: Mark Salsman 

Sec: Charlotte Surette, Catherine Pye 

Treas.: Linda Creamer 



Row 1: Esther Betts, Linda Creamer, Catherine Pye, Denise Benavides, Charlotte 

Surette. 

Row 2: Dennis Boisvert, Paul Kostecki, Paula Creamer, Raymond Leather, 

John Chrisos. 



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Marshal Squad 

Advisor: Bernard Hussey 



Row 1: Bonnie Meehan, Nancy Clayton, Joan Zarella, Mary Ann Kelley, Janet Diver, Mary Ann 
Boyle, Eileen Martin. 

Row 2: Gail Rich, Laurel Ellis, Linda Novick, Sandra Wheaton, Patricia Kmita, Doris Oldford. 
Row 3: Mary Larkin, Anne Brescia, Joyce Mastrangelo, Paula Geehan, Helen Lord, Patti Bellitti, 
Deborah Gove. 



Chess Club 



Advisor: Harold Musgrave 



Row 1: Alan Erickson, Edward Graham. 

Row 2: Ronald Coron, Alex Jozsa, Charles Nelson. 





Row 1: George Teehan, John Chrisos, Andrew Crotty, Steven Martin, Peter Simonsen, 
Stephen Edwards. Row 2: Nelson Chang, Alan McMunn, William Heinz, Robert Glazier, 
James Walker, Richard Loiselle. Row 3: Leslie Crowell, Joseph Landrigan, Bruce Flashen- 
burg, Stephen Pizzotti, Edward LeBlanc, Edward Burke, Christopher Danahy. 



Audio Visual Aids 
Club 

Advisor: Carmine C. Moschella 

OFFICERS: 

Pres.: Andrew Crotty 
Vice Pres.: Steven Martin 
Sec: Peter Simonsen 
Treas.: John Chrisos 



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Ski Club 



Advisors: Anthony DeMatteo 
Bernis Hanlon 




Row 1: Mary Champoux, Olga Angannis, Patricia Sorenson, Sharon Keene, Steven Martin, Diane 

Marcy, Joanne Healy, Christine Kmiec. 

Row 2: Eileen Martin, Elizabeth McCormick, Brenda Murgida, 

David Forni, Cheryl McCarron, Diane Donovan, Mary Ann Boyle. 

Row 5: Joseph Gallo, Bernadine Milano, George Anderson, Linda 

Susan Newbury, William Babcock, Barbara Cicco, Christopher Danahy. 



Francis Jensen, Mary Larkin, 
DiMinico, Philip Anderson, 




Row 1: Joseph Landrigan, Joan Zarella, Ronald Sanders, Christine Pigeon, Thomas Ozahowski, John Donovan, 
Nicholas Spinelli, Mary Ann Gillis, Norman Spence, Denise Folino. 

Row 2: Anne Connaughton, Jeffrey Cushing, Janet Champoux, Bruce Nickerson, Ann Brescia, Jan Buzun, Bonnie 
McClintock, James Noce, Joan Seaboyer. 

Row 5: Diane Thompson, David Blundell, Nancy Bishop, Steven Pizzotti, Patricia Craik, Edward Wolfe, Maria Spen- 
cer, Michael Steele, Melinda Spofford, Francis Black, Diane St. Clair. 



Pres.: Steven Martin 
Vice Pres.: Sharon Keene 
Sec: Patricia Sorenson 
Treas.: Diane Marcy 




Row 1: Kenneth Saccone, Pamela Howell, Lawrence Polese, Phyllis Southard, Robert Woods, John Merril, 

Frank Stewart, Karen Neale, Steven Tucker, Jane Osgood. 

Row 2: Margaret Mekalian, David Kurz, Jane Nagle, Walter Daniels, Kathleen Ward, Philip D'Eon, Elizabeth 

Jerzylo, James Carter, Lisa Moses, Thomas Moore, Donna Rossetti, Lewis Anthony. 

Row 3: Deborah Toner, Leigh Westlake, Dorothy Swenson, William Robertson, Carol Knight, Walter Nad- 

worny, Judith Tibbetts, Martin Mascianica, Carol Day, James Woodman, Patricia Murphy. 



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Roiv 1: Sharon Keene, Ellen Svenson, Alan MacMunn, Josephine DeVincenzi, Debra Little, Darlene Smith, 

Nancy Conrad. 

Row 2: Carol DeVito, Olga Anganis, Joanne Pedi, Marilyn White, Ethel Iannicello, Donna Park, Carol La- 

Ferla, Mary Champoux. 

Row 3: Patricia Burns, Gayle Procopio, Janet Monroe, Kristine Cooper, Susanne Smith, Joyce Mastrangelo, 

Marcia Aurll, Patricia Aleksa. 



OFFICERS: 

Pres.: Josephine DeVincenzi 
Vice Pres.: Darlene Smith 
Sec: Debra Little 
Treas.: Alan MacMunn 




Row 1: Joan Judge, Nelsie Thompson, Marilyn Serino, Cheryl Roman, Cheryl Marquis, Delia 
Pizzotti, Theresa Sheehan. 

Row 2: Jeanne Siraco, Margaret Mehalian, Rosanne Raponi, Katherine Nicosia, Lisa Moses, Kath- 
leen Ward, Linda Maghakian, Robin DeMauro. 

Row 3: Carol Pesce, Carolyn McNeill, Jean Gardner, Jane Vandanish, Raymond Leather, Carol 
Calkins, Julia Hurll, June Grasso, Marrianne Gillis. 




Library Aides 



Advisors: Beverly Carlson 
Shirley Poole 



Row 1: Mark Berry, Donna Billingsley, Joseph Dollard. 
Row 2: Miriam MacLeod, Susan Beverage, Barbara Nastari. 



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Future 

Nurses' 

Club 

Advisor: 

Katherine M. Spencer 

OFFICERS 

Pres.: Christine Kmiec 
Vice Pres.: Marlene Guilmette 
Sec: Barbara Nastari 
Treas.: Charlotte Edwards 




Row 1: Martha Lecaroz, Faye Levine, Barbara Nastari, Marlene Guilmette, Christine Kmiec, Charlotte 

Edwards, Eileen McGarvey, Deborah Douglas. 

Row 2: Denise Folino, Jean Duncan, Diane Bognano, Helen Merrithew, Cynthia Martin, Carla Horton, 

Paula Tavernelli, Jean Cundy. 

Row 3: Janet Johnson, Patricia Bellitti, Karen Shepherd, Wendy Carr, Helen Tiedt, Patricia Flanagan, Mary 

Duplisea, Diane Perrett. 




Language Laboratory 



Advisor: Helen F. Towle 



Standing: Edward Burke, Peter Simonson, Robert Chaffee. 
Seated: John Chrisos. 



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Math Team 



Advisor: Charlotte Sciola 



Roiv 1: Chester Bejtlich, Norman Spence, Georgianna Isbell, 

Nelson Chang, Steven Barrett. 

Row 2: Patricia Denning, William Spadafora, Donna Billingsly, 

Arthur McKenzie, John Boy, Barbara Nelson. 

Row 3: Steven Murphy, Robert McCormick, Damon Moore, 

Barrett, Kenneth Riley, John Burke. 




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Art Club 



Advisor: George A. Palmer 

OFFICERS: 

Pres.: Sharon Keene 
Vice Pres.: Laurel Ellis 
Sec: Janet Monroe 
Treas.: Rita Cuddi 




Row 1: Sharon Keene, Rita Cuddi, Corson, Laurie Ellis, Joanne Healy. 

Row 2: Valerie Harrison, Donna Rosetti, Carolyne McNeil, Janet Lawton, 

Bonnie Meehan. 

Row 3: June Grasso, Gayle Procopio, Julia Hurell, Marcia Hurell, Judith 

Tibbetts, Diane Thompson. 




Sahico Club 



Advisor: Terry Buckner 

OFFICERS: 

Pres.: Bernadine Milano 
Vice Pres.: Linda Shaw 
Sec: Linda DiMinico 
Treas.: Joan Zarrella 



Row 1: Joan Zarrella, Linda Shaw, Bernadine Milano, Linda DiMinico, Lianne 

Ward. 

Row 2: Nancy Clayton, Linda Gallagher, Janet Diver, Patricia Kmita, Nancy 

Macomber, Doris Oldford. 

Row 3: Claudia Pheulpin, Deborah Gove, Phyllis Palumbo, Joan Seaboyer, 

Carol Geddes, Janice McGonagle. 



iiaance 
Aides 

Advisor: Elizabeth A. Arribea 




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Row 1: Christine Kmiec, Bonnie Wolfe, Joan Judge, Beverly Forward, Charlotte Edwards, Maria 

Calcagno, Linda Inserra, Donna Shay, Linda Fruscianante. 

Row 2: Diane DeFuria, Anne Anzalone, Eileen Martin, Deborah Gove, Dolores DeRosa, Patricia 

Aleksa, June Grasso, Valerie Harrison, Brenda Murgida, Anne Connaughton. 

Row 3: Carol Salerno, Robin Berry, Darryl Taatjes, Barbara Smith, Jane Vandenich, Jane Tewks- 

bury, Ellen Svenson, Judith Tibbetts, Carolyn MacNeill, Katherine Nicosia, Jean Woods. 



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Receptionists 



Advisor: Robert J. Fraser 



Row 1: Nancy Clayton, Kathleen Sylvia, Brenda Murgida, Constance Banks, Mary Ann Boyle, 
Stephanie Ciulla. 

Row 2: Elizabeth Jerzylo, Bernadine Milano, Carol Knight, Wanda Ringenwald, Melinda Spofford, 
Patricia Burns. 



Dramatic 
Club 

Advisor: 

Kenneth Goldsmith 




Row 1: Diana Bognanno, Barbara Nastari, Beverly Forward, Bonnie Meehan, Peter Simonson, Katherine Alley, 
Anne Cook, Karen Driscoll, Nelson Chang. 

Row 2: Sandra Gudaitis, Cheryl McCarron, Paul Santonell, Diane Thompson, Christine Cahill, Marie Duplisen, 
Frederick Kappa, Katherine Sozzo, Joseph Landrigan, Rita McKenzie, John Plugis, Mary Bean, William Grif- 
fith, Alan Erickson. 

Row 3: Chester Bejtlich, Sherilyn Brown, Roxanna Savary, William Spadafora, Alan Erickson, Judith Tibbetts, 
Michael Steele, Jane Tewksbury, Andrew Crotty, Susan Newbury, Nicholas Tsakeres, Alison Seminerio, Alan 
MacMunn. 




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Advisor: Janice Haley 

OFFICERS: 

Pres.: Lynda Whalen 
Vice Pres.: June Fucaloro 
Sec: Joann Hatch 
Treas.: Chris Perry 



Row 1: Barbara Scott, Lynda Whalen, JoAnn Hatch, Christine Perry. 

Row 2: Diane Blengs, Donna Kusch, Donna Silva, Barbara Smith, Janice Scott. 



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Pep Squad 



Advisor: Carolyn Madden 



SENIORS 



Row 1: Martha Driscoll, Olga Anganis, Christine Kmiec, 
Mary Champoux. 

Row 2: Elizabeth Jerzylo, Carol Knight, Ethel Ianniciello, 
Priscilla Nelson. 




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JUNIORS 

Row 1: Donna Ferreira, Joan 
Judge, Christine Prialago, Char- 
lotte Edwards, Leslie Badler, De- 
nise Folino, Linda Inserra, Phyllis 
Haley. 

Row 2: Jacqueline Clancy, Susanna 
Perry, Carol Day, Bonnie McClin- 
tock, Jean Woods, Karen Simon- 
son, Janet Champioux, Mary 
Walsh. 

Row 3: Donna Kiesch, Pat Craik, 
Roxanna Savory, Cheryl Parrott, 
Leona Carr, Carol Calkins, Denise 
Caswell, Linda Scannell, Janice 
Gianascoli. 



SOPHOMORES 



Row 1: Esther Betts, Karen Austin, Linda Kerwin, 
Sandra Uglietta, Ann Cook. 

Row 2: Karen Weinbrecht, Dolores DeRosa, Diane 
Blengs, Deborah Countaway, Karen Rich. 




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Pep Squad 



SOPHOMORES 



Row 1: Denise Harvey, Nancy Sinden, Janice 
Thurston, Cheryle Boivin, Jane Nordstrom. 
Row 2: Linda Meserve, Lisa Shay, April Cross, 
Lynn Sweezey, Janis Camplese. 



D.E.C.A. 

Advisors: Maureen Leahy 
Eileen Kelley 

OFFICERS: 

Pres.: Patricia Menna 
Vice Pres.: James Noce 
Sec: Sharon Long 
Ureas.: Glenn Jeffrey 
Nancy Copolla 




Row 1: Adrian Trudoe, Dianne LaVoisi, Patricia Menna, Marcia Whalen, 

Julianne Ireson. 

Row 2: Victoria Osborne, James Noce, Lucille DeBlasio, Glenn Jeffrey, Nancy 

Coppola. 

Row 3: Nancy Griffin, Sharon Long, Linda McLaughlin, Pamela Smith, Carol 

Salerno, Dianne Donovan. 




Office Aides 



Row 1: Nancy Conrad, Steven Tucker, Diane Duval, 

Doris Oldford. 

Row 2: Shelia Buckless, Christine Venti, Berrett, 

Phyllis Palumbo, Janet Johnson. 

Row 3: Josephine DeVincenzi, Gayle Procopio, Helen 

Lord, Linda Bennett, Ann Brescia. 



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Row 1: Sharon Keene, Claudia Pheulpin, Mary Ann Boyle, Dianne Marcy, Susan 
Beverage, Laurie Ellis, Joanne Adams, Judith Struzziero, Donna Shay. 
Row 2: Donna Park, Constance Banks, Elizabeth Jerzylo, Susan Evans, Mary Larkin, 
Linda Davidson, Joan Seaboyer, Patricia Burns, Corinne Tomeo, Maria Spencer. 



Usherettes 

Advisor: Helen Nowak 

OFFICERS: 

Captain: Joan Seaboyer 

1st Lieutenant: Sharon Keene 



Indian 
Chiefs 



Row 1: John Chrisos, William 
Babcock, Joseph Landrigan, Paul 
Kostecki, Walter Daniels. 
Row 2: Christopher Danahy, Ste- 
ven Martin, James Blanchard, 
James Carter. 




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Row 1: Marie Iannello, Gail Rich, Dianne Marcy, Mary Ann Boyle, Nancy Conrad. 
Row 2: Jane Nagle, Anne Connaughton, Mary Ann Kelley. 







Basketball Cheerleaders 




Row 1: Claudia Pheulphin, Captain; Phyllis Southard, Joan Zarrella. 

Row 2: Joan Judge, Denise Arsenault, Janis Dell, Cheryl McCarron, Carol Geddes. 



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Twirlers 




Standing: Pamela Howell, Anne Anzalone, Nancy Neeb, Patricia Brown, Denice Flammia, Maria Spencer — Captain. 



Pom Pom Squad 




Susan Niles, Captain 

Standing: Paula DiGiulio, Barbara Nastari, Elizabeth Spinelli, Judith Menna, Janet Correggio, Deborah Spencer, Robin 

DiMauro, Judith Wilcox, Carol Gibbons, Catherine Vient. 



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Row 1: Linda Shaffner, Janice Thurston, Patricia Kornotowski, Tina Pigeon, Bonnie Wolfe, Sandra Gudaitis,' Bonnie 

Meehan, Sharon Keene, Cheryl Marquia, Wendy Melillo, Anne Cook. 

Row 2: Sherry Kontos, Paul Santonel, April Cross, Steven Pescatore, Carol Pesce, Cynthia Smith, Janet Champoux, 

Frank Stewart, Patricia Swanson, Alan MacMunn, Maryanne Gillis, Robert Goodwin. 

Row 3: Jean Woods, Cheryl McCarron, Janice Scott, Alison Seminerio, Roxanna Savary, Carol Knight, Cheryl Par- 

rott, Helen Tiedt, Cheryl Boivin, Kathleen Alley, Sharon Long, Linda Scanell. 



Chorus Officers 




Row 1: Bonnie Wolfe. 

Row 2: Bonnie Meehan, Alan MacMunn, Alison Seminerio. 



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Vocalettes 



Row 1: Christine Pigeon, Bonnie Meehan, Sandra 
Gudaitis, Bonnie Wolfe, Wendy Mellillo. 
Row 2: Allison Seminerio, Steven Pescatore, Kathy 
Alley, Alan MacMunn, Linda Shaffner. 





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Varsity Roster 



Henry Merri field 
James Blanchard 
William Babcock 
Mark Salsman 
Michael O Hearn 
George Lasquade 
John Murphy 
Edward Patch 
Robert Tilley 
Richard Spence 
Paul Agersea 
James MacDou^al 
Terrence McWade 
Lawrence Reid 
John Chapman 

Managers: John Robertson 
Chris Agersea 



Junior Varsity 
Roster 



Richard Howell 
Doug Bilton 
Dave Maher 
Waren Maser 
Harold Patch 
Donald Peters 
Wayne Trudeau 
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TEAM 

Row 1: Anthony Buccheri, Robert Gontaz, Edward Burke, John Ciambello, Daniel Swanson, John DesLoges. 
Roiv 2: Mr. McNeill, Richard Roman, Henry Paolini, Joseph Savasta, Albert Pulver, Richard Dollard. 



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Varsity Scores 



Haverhill 75 

Salem 76 

Lawrence 86 

English 82 

Beverly 63 

Lowell 82 

Classical 81 

Peabody 64 

Haverhill 44 

Salem 92 

Lawrence 95 

English 61 

Beverly 60 

Lowell SI 

Classical 94 

Peabody 57 



Saugus 58 

Saugus 46 

Saugus 99 

Saugus 14 

Saugus 65 

Saugus 67 

Saugus 62 

Saugus 60 

Saugus 50 

Saugus 73 

Saugus 91 

Saugus 58 

Saugus 61 

Saugus 56 

Saugus 59 

Saugus 60 



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1968 




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Coach - William L. MacNeill 



Varsity 




^^C-~ \ «^^ Row 1: Albert Pulver, Charles Lang. 

f „ mm * m Row 2: Coach William L. MacNeill, Francis 

j:tf* "*%££ Jensen, Frederick Flammia, George Teehan, 

^5S" William Underhill, Richard Loiselle. 



friiiiii Captains: George Teehan 

Frederick Flammia 



Leonard Caruso 
Steve Pescatore 
Ronald Rosenberg 
Tom Samuels 
Joseph Gould 
Donald Holmes 
Phil Mohr 
Robert Farron 
Robert Bashford 
Richard Roberts 



Congratulations ! 



Junior Varsity 




The Junior Varsity moves out. 



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Our Co-Captains, George Teehan and Frederick Flammia 
sweep a first and a third place. 



Who's 

more 

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Scores 



Saugus 17 

Saugus 15 

Saugus 24 

Saugus 22 

Saugus 15 

Saugus 15 

Saugus 18 

Saugus 27 



Lynn Classical 45 

Lowell 40 

Lawrence 31 

Lynn English 37 

Peabody 40 

Haverhill 40 

Salem 37 

Beverly 28 



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Girls' Basketball 

Varsity 




Row 1: Dorothy Swenson, Darlene Smith, Josephine DeVincenzi, Cathy Sylvia, Chris Reynolds. 
Row 2: Denise Flammia, Paula Geehan, Maria Spencer, Carol Calkins, Nancy Wolfe. 



Varsity Co-Captains: 

Josephine DeVincenzi 
Darlene Smith 




Up! 
Up! 

Up! 



FIVE WINS 
THREE LOSSES 
NONE TIED 




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Junior Varsity 




Row 1: Noreen Bruno, Karen Struzziero, Brenda Whyte, Lisa Moses, Catherine Grout, Linda Meserve, Kathleen Ford. 
Row 2: Ann Harring, Patricia O'Neil, Laurel O'Brien, Michelee O'Brien, Nancy Perkins, Ellen Swenson, Catherine 
Chapski, Rita McKenzie. 



Junior Varsity Co-Captains: 

Lisa Moses 
Brenda White 



FOUR WINS 
FOUR LOSSES 
NONE TIED 




Graceful 



I've got it. 



No, I've got it! 



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Varsity 




Row 1: Ann Harring, Linda Bashford, Paula Geehan, Darlene Smith, Kathleen Sylvia, Karen Harnden. 
Roiv 2: Nancy Wolfe, Sandra Lacey, Patricia Bellitti, Patricia O'Neil, Josephine DeVencenzi, Ellen Swenson. 



FIVE WINS 
THREE LOSSES 
TWO TIES 



Senior Members 





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Row 1: Paula Geehan, Darlene Smith, Karen Harnden, Kathleen Sylvia. 
Row 2: Josephine DeVencenzi, Sandra Lacey, Helen Tiedt, Patricia Bellitti. 



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Row 1: Georgianna Isbell, Katherine Ford, Brenda Wolfe, Cynthia Martin, Martha Melchcon. 

Row 2: Diane Perrett, Christine Teehan, Carol Whitten, Nancy Perkins, Helen Tiedt, Marlene Guilmette, Karen 

Struzziero. 



Junior Varsity Co-Captains 

Darlene Smith 
Paula Geehan 

Varsity Co-Captains: 

Brenda Wolfe 
Cynthia Martin 




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I fancied that I heard you say, 
"Dear Lord, Thy will be done"- 

For all the joy a child will bring, 
The risk of grief will run — 



We'll shelter her with tenderness, 
And love her while we may, 

And for the happiness we've known 
Forever grateful stay — 



And when the angels call for her, 
Much sooner than we planned, 

We'll brave the bitter grief that comes 
And try to understand 



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EDMOND'S HOME BAKERY 

461 Lincoln Avenue 
Saugus, Mass. 

233-2334 



Compliments of 

AVALON MOTEL 

Saugus, Mass. 



Compliments of 

CASTLE ROCK BEVERAGES 

509 Main Street 
Saugus, Mass. 

"BUY BY THE CASE AND SAVE." 



LY 3-1364 CE 3-31 1 1, 3-1505 

JIM TOOMEY & SON 

ALUMINUM SIDING AND GUTTERS 
REMODELING AND DORMERS 

SHOW ROOM 9 Essex Street 
Saugus, Mass. 

233-311 233-1505 233-1197 




JOLLY JORGE'S 

Drive Inn Restaurant 

Route I , Saugus 

"A favorite eating place 
of Saugus High School" 



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LINCOLN STUDIO 

Maiden, Mass. 



SUB-VILLA 

Submarine Sandwich Smorgasbord 

Pizza 



Bar?*ate.;«W 
Rt. I at Essex St. 

Phone 233-0226 

9865 



REVERE KNITTING MILLS 
FACTORY STORE, INC. 

"S" Sweater Headquarters 
108 Ferry Street 



Maiden 48, Mass. 
DA 4-1670 




RAYCO AUTO SERVICE CENTER 

Route 1 Saugus, Mass. 



Congratulations to the Class of 1968 



PROCOPIO CONSTRUCTION CO. 



■Homes of Distinction- 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

Commercial — Residential 
I I Forest Street Saugus, Massachusetts 



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GODFRIED 
HOME BAKERIES, INC. 

—FAMOUS FOR FINEST BAKERY 
GOODS— 

158 Broadway, Route I 
Saugus, Mass. 



Compliments of 

JIFFY MART FOOD STORE 

9 Howard Street — Corner Main Street 
Just Off 'Fellsway' Saugus 

OPEN 'TIL 9 P.M. 




Best Wishes 
1968 Graduates 



Compliments of 

CLIFTON DALE 

WOODWORKING 

COMPANY 

(Incorporated) 



Tel. CE 3-0020 
Saugus, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

CENTRAL VARIETY 

Central St. 
Saugus, Mass. 



CONTINENTAL 
RESTAURANT 

LOBSTER— STEAK— CHICKEN 

Route I Saugus 

For Reservations Tel.: 233-2587 



PARSONS 

Heating Oils 

COMPLETE HEATING AND 
AIR CONDITIONING 
SALES AND SERVICE 

129 Essex Street 233-1300 



YOUR FRIENDLY FAMILY STORE 



W. T. GRANT COMPANY 

New England Shopping Center 
Saugus, Mass. 



"CHARGE-IT" A T GRANT'S 

No Money Down ... 3 



BRUHM'S SERVICE STATION 

Expert Auto Repairing 
Bear Front End Alignment 

99 Lincoln Avenue 
Saugus, Mass. 233-2223 



Compliments of 

SULLIVAN'S 
PHARMACY 

326 Central Street 
Saugus, Mass. 



SAUGUS ANIMAL HOSPITAL 

DR. AND MRS. I. LAWRENCE HALPERT 




LATIN CLUB 




Junior Classical League 



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Before you accept 
that first job . . . 

Look over 

your 

employer 

as carefully 

as he does 

you 



What's the Company like anyway? Would I be proud to 
work there? Reputation for square dealing with employees? 
Pleasant surroundings? 

Will I be working with others my own age? Are they 
friendly? Do they socialize after hours? 

Will the boss be reasonable? Appreciate good, hard work, 
but won't explode if I make a mistake? 

Will I make a decent week's pay? Have a chance for raises, 
advancement, more responsibility? How about fringe benefits? 

Is the work challenging? I had what it takes to get through 
high school. Will they give me a chance to use my brains? 



Note: Many young men and women in this area can 
answer "Yes" to these questions. They work for New 
England Telephone. 

Why not talk with our employment interviewer soon 
'. . . before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor 
to tell you when and where to apply. 



|§l\ New England Telephone 

Part of the Nationwide Bell System 

An equal opportunity employer 








PIZZOTTI BROTHERS INC. 

Mason Contractors 

Saugus, Mass. 
233-5455 



CHARACTER LEADERSHIP 



HONOR SOCIETY 




NATIONAL 




SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP 



NU-LIFE CLEANERS 

"One Day Service" 

350 Central Street 
Saugus, Mass. 

233-2800 '66-'67 



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FULLERTON 

FUNERAL 

HOME 




325 Central Street 
Saugus 



VALLE'S STEAK HOUSE 
ROUTE 1 SAUGUS 

The Finest Food At 
Unequalled Low Prices 

FAMOUS FOR 



STEAK 
ROAST BEEF 



LOBSTER 
SEA FOODS 



Five Beautiful 

Banquet Rooms 

Seating 15 to 700 People 

Phone Saugus 233-7100 



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Professional Consulting Services Available for Home and Industry 

BENJAMIN MOORE— OX-LINE— KYANIZE PAINTS 
WALLPAPER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 
WILLIAM ELLIS 375 Central Street 

Res. 623-0945 Saugus, Mass. 01906 (617)233-6590 




RUTH'S 
HIGH FASHION 

338 Central Street — Saugus 
CE 3-9882 



Compliments of 

LOUIS J. KUC, D.D.S. 

AND 

MARGARET M. BUCKLEY, D.M.D. 

20 South Common Street 
Lynn, Mass. 



SWEENEY FUEL 
Sales FUEL OIL Service 

56 Denver Street 
SAUGUS 

233-0550 



Compliments of 

DR. JOSEPH J. GIOVINO 



OAKES CERAMICS STUDIO 
AND SUPPLIES 

I Whitney Street 
Saugus, Mass. 

233-0922 



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CLIFTON DALE PAINT 
& WALLPAPER CO. 




PAINT and WALLPAPER CO. (**£» j W 

"■ — * : ? A NT" 




527 Lincoln Avenue 
Saugus 



MR. JOSEPH'S 
COIFFEURS 

271 Central St. 
Saugus, Mass. 

233-9773 



SINGER CO. 

SEWING MACHINES, 
STEREO RECORD PLAYERS 

1249 Broadway 

New England Shopping Center 

Saugus 



ANDERSON-LITTLE 
CLOTHING STORE 

New England Shopping Center 
Saugus, Mass. 

233-0175 



ROSELAND FLORIST, NURSERY 
& GARDEN CENTER 

190 Lincoln Avenue 
Saugus, Mass. 

Tel. 233-1326 



Best Wishes 

to the 

Class of 1968 

MALDEN GRINDING 

& 

WELDING CO., 

INC. 





Best Wishes 
From 

BILL HORNE 
PGA Pro 

Cedar Glen Golf Club 
Saugus, Mass. 



Tel. 233-9150 



R. BtAN 




<=J\£,ai E.i.tats., Una. 



RALPH BEAN 



304 Lincoln Avenue 

Lincoln Plaza 

Saugus, Mass. 



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SAUGUS 

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Tel. 233-0242 




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24 Winter St. 






Saugus, Mass. 


Compliments of 

G. A. Mc CARRIER CO., 
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PICARDO'S PIZZA 




314 Central St. 






Saugus Center 






233-9659 






PINE FOOD 




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T*C1 Service 








THUNDERBIRD DINER 




ORDERS PUT UP TO TAKE OUT 




Route 1 
6 A.M. TO 2 A.M. S Mass 

SUNDAYS INCLUDED _ , y ' _ 

Tel. 233-9895 


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PIERRO'S RESTAURANT 




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Compliments of 

MARBIL APARTMENTS 

122 Lynn Fells Parkway 
Saugus, Mass. 



Tel. 233-1125 

PETER L. GRADY 
Watchmaker and Jeweler 
Our Low Overhead — You Save 

57 Jackson Street 
Saugus, Mass. 



GEORGE'S BARBER SHOP 

59 Jackson Street 



Compliments of 

BILL'S PLUMBING & HEATING INC. 

122 Lynn Fells Parkway 
Saugus, Mass. 



RUSSO'S 
CANDY HOUSE 

KITCHEN FRESH CANDIES 

Junction Route No. I 

and Lynn Fells Parkway 

Saugus, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

FERN'S MOTEL 

152 Broadway 
Saugus, Mass. 



Music Director, F. R. AVOLA 
Res. 233-1661 



SAUGUS MUSIC CENTER 

Musical Instruction 

SALES— RENTALS— REPAIRS 

88 Lincoln Ave. 
Saugus, Mass. 

Tel. 233-9645 



JERRY'S BEAUTY SHOP 



CEnter 3-0199 



JOIN THE ACTION TEAM 

D.E.C.A. 




JOIN D.E.C.A. 



COMMUNITY 
FILLING STATION 

526 Lincoln Ave. 
CE 3-9705 Saugus, Mass. 



CHARLIE'S SHOE HOSPITAL 

Complete Shoe Repair Service 

"OLD SHOES MADE LIKE NEW" 
451 Lincoln Avenue Cliffondale Square 



Compliments of 

LUDWIG'S CLEANERS 
INC. 

73 Vine Street Saugus, Mass. 



Compliments of the 

FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 



SACHEM'S BEAUTY SALON 

306 Central St. 
Saugus, Mass. 

233-7926 



Best Wishes 

to the 

Class of 1968 

From 




WALTER AVERY'S 
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 

CE 3-9859 

243 Broadway, U.S. Route I 

"WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS" 



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Compliments 
of 

HECK 
ALLEN'S 

22 Lincoln Ave. 
Saugus, Mass. 




Future Success to 

Class of 1968 

From 

SAL'S MARKET 

361 Lincoln Avenue 
Saugus 



Compliments of 

CUFTONDALE GARAGE 



Compliments of 

CLIFTONDALE NEWS STORE 



486 Lincoln Avenue 



Compliments of 

CAMEO BEAUTY LOUNGE 

55 Jackson St. 
Saugus, Mass. 233-1957 



Compliments of 

NEW ENGLAND AUTO SALES 

19 Salem Turnpike 
Saugus, Mass. 



NELSON'S 
FLOWERS 

199 Essex Street 
Saugus, Mass. 

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BUTLER'S 
DRUG STORE 

I Essex Street 
CEnter 3-0410 

Where Pharmacy 

Is 

a Profession 




Compliments of 
of the 

DRAMA CLUB 
1967-1968 

"MY SISTER EILEEN" 

"GUYS AND DOLLS' 

"ONDINE" 



Compliments of 

C. R. RANDOLPH 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



Tel. 233-1134 

GUSTAFSON & WARREN 

. . . Florists . . . 

'WHEN YOU SAY IT WITH FLOWERS 
SAY IT WITH OURS" 

124 Main Street 
Saugus, Mass. 




With Fond Memories of Our Years 
at Saugus High School 



THE CLASS OF 1968 



Says 
Farewell 



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Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allen 

Anne, Jo, and Darlene 

Mr. and Mrs. George A. Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Archambault 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Frank Bambury 

Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Beauchesne 

Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Beverage 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boy 

Mrs. Nora Brescia 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Buckless 



Mr. John Burns 

Mrs. Hedley Bursey 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Castle, Jr. 

Charlie and Stephanie 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Countaway 

Mrs. Ruth Conrad 

Carolyn Davis 

Anthony J. DeMatteo 

Mrs. DeVincenzi 

Mr. and Mrs. Ted DeVito 



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Frances P. Egan 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eichel 

Gary and Chris 

Mrs. Dorothy Gibbs 

Diane Giovino 

"The Guys" 

Miss Bernis Hanlon 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Holmes 

Mr. and Mrs. Holmes C. Hurll 

Miss Janice Haley 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harnden 

Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Keene 

Miriam Kochakian 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Kornotowslci 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long 

J. P. L 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Long 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lang 

John B. Leahy 

Fred Larney 

William MacNeil 

Marcus 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Marquis 

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Meehan 

Mrs. Warren Mohr 



Janet Monroe 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman K. Monroe 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Murgida 

Mr. Maurice F. O'Shea 

Thomas O'Hearn 

Mr. and Mrs. Alec Ozahowski 

Mr. and Mrs. Danny Panico 

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Park 

Pat and Nance 

"Puff" 

Mr. and Mrs. Putnam 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Quinlan 

The Rock 

Roberta Samuels 

The Saugus High "Maxi-Men" 

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar K. Schaffner 

Rev. and Mrs. Edgar K. Seminerio 

Louise Solomita 

Mrs. William Spencer 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Steele 

Mr. and Mrs. John Smallman 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Struzziero 

'"Tina" and "Tammy" 

Helen F. Towle 

Mr. and Mrs. S. Wheaton 







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ADIEU 



The time has come to say good bye, 

For now we leave, 

No more to tread 

Our familiar, favorite haunts, 

Where scenes as precious 

As myriad pearls 

Glitter in our Today, 

But where in our Tomorrow, 

Only memories will exist. 

We leave our halls and classes, 

Where friends as dear 

As scintillating diamonds 

Stud the way, 

To venture upon the dusty, pit-pocked 

Roads of Life, 
To trudge, to sweat, to work, 
To rise or fall in our right 
In this exacting World of Reality. 

And we shall go 

Upon Life's Roads 

To the very ends of the Earth; 

Yet if no more we chance to meet, 

If no more we work and laugh together, 

Then, remember the best wishes 

Of your distant classmates 

Guide you on your perilous way. 

The time has come to say adieu; 

The sands of youth have slipped away 

And, emerged, we are the men and the women 

Of this chaotic World; 

May we with Guidance Divine 

And sweat and blood sincere 

Succeed in righting our 

Vacillating sphere. 

But we must leave; 

The World is beckoning with its 

forlorn finger: 
May we succeed with glory 
In our undertakings 

May we succeed where others have failed 
May we triumph in the name of Humanity 
May our strokes be telling blows 
Smashing upward to success. 

Adieu, Classmates of '68 

Goodbye to mutual memories of many years; 

For the time has come, 

We dare not linger longer 

For fear we miss our chance 

And fall by the wayside. 

Farewell, Classmates 

Adieu . . . and Good Luck. 



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We, the Editors of the 1968 Tontoquonian, sincerely wish to thank Mr. Bill Rowan 
of the L. G. Balfour Co. for his valued and much appreciated assistance in the prepara- 
tion of this book, Mr. Guy Quartorone and Mr. Peter Aiello, our photographers, 
Stephen Carlson, our staffs, and last, but certainly not least, Miss Helen Towle for her 
patience. Finally, we hope this book will bring as much joy and happy memories to 
you as you thumb through the pages, as it has brought us in presenting it to you. 








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Original/^ the earfu colonial community of the 
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